Sabai Technology Recognized For Its Success In Exporting

Sabai Technology receiving the export achievement award from Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco Sánchez

U.S. COMMERCIAL SERVICES, NORTH CHARLESTON, SC- On March 20, 2013, the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and World Trade Center hosted a luncheon during which Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco Sánchez celebrated the unveiling of the Charleston, SC, metropolitan area export strategy and awarded the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Export Achievement award to three South Carolina companies  — including Sabai Technology – that have achieved export successes.The United States of American Department of Commerce

The Export Achievement Certificate recognizes small- and medium-sized enterprises that have successfully entered the international marketplace for the first time or that have successfully entered a new market.

Sabai Technology specializes in advanced wireless networking equipment, including consumer virtual private network (VPN) routers that provide a wireless VPN tunnel to a users networked devices. The company was recognized for its reaching out to the global market place by way of Commercial News USA, a “buyer’s guide” publication of the U.S. Commercial Service.

Two years ago, company president William Haynes contacted Denis Csizmadia, manager of the Greenville U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC)  for guidance on export licensing, finance and marketing.  Denis recommended that Mr. Haynes reach out to potential new clients by placing an ad in  Commercial News USA. “Sabai Technology is incredibly grateful for the support and encouragement that we’ve received from the Greenville USEAC. Our growth in exports has allowed us to add five new staff positions and has broadened our scope of product to meet the growing needs of our customer base.”

“Sabai’s decision to explore new markets and introduce its products to the global marketplace has made a tremendous impact on the both company’s bottom line and the local economy, proving exports can make a positive difference,” added Under Secretary Sanchez.

Originally distributed by U.S. Commercial Service. The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in more than 100 U.S. cities and in more than 70 countries help companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets.  Visit  to learn more.

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