As one door closes, another opens. Even as trade with the Russian Federation started to dwindle on account of adverse economic conditions, trade with China started to grow. Imports from China grew to include fabric, silk yarn and other items, while exports to China included iron ore shipments that were so large that they mandated the setting up of a chartering desk where Frost International Limited could have direct control over shipments. In tandem with funding limits from the bankers coming through at the opportune time, Frost International posted exponential growth over the years.
Today, Frost International Limited is known for its strong delivery capability in both the domestic and international markets, appreciated by partners and customers that include some of the world's major trading companies to whom Frost International Limited supplies to and exports a range of commodities. And the rest, as they say, is history.