When importing electronic products (such as TVs, mobile phones, radios, laptops and so on), there are certain challenges that you have to deal with.
The first challenge that you have to deal with, when importing any type of electronic products, is that of seeing to it that the shipments of the imported electronic products arrive on time.
The second challenge that you have to deal with, when importing any type of electronic products, is the challenge of seeing to it that the specific electronic product items that are eventually shipped to you are the ones that you originally ordered for. It can be tricky, if (as it often happens), the specific products that are shipped to you are significantly different. In that case, you have to organize for the products to be shipped back, and for the right products to be shipped in. This can take time, which is a resource you can’t afford if you were ordering the products to replenish declining stocks.
The third challenge that you have to deal with, when importing electronic products, is that of seeing to it that the electronic products that are shipped to you clear the inspections in the port they land at. This is not always a straightforward affairs, especially in corrupt countries.
The fourth challenge that you have to deal with, when importing electronic products, is (of course) that of getting a market for the electronic products you import. If the electronic products bear popular brand names, such as Sony or Samsung, then this is likely to be less of a challenge. But if the electronic products don’t bear such popular brand names, then that can be a major challenge. Of course, much also depends on the exact nature of electronic products that you are trying to find a market for: whether those are, for instance, mobile phones, TVs, radios, laptops or something else along those lines.