Importers & Exporters in New Mexico

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Casa Talavera, Ltd. of Albuquerque, New Mexico has been in business since 1977 and specializes in the importing of handmade traditional Mexican Talavera tile. We maintain stock in over 200 patterns with matching washbasins, bath accessories and door pulls available in any pattern.


We import only the freshest 100% authentic and unblended Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee. Our Selction of whole bean or fresh ground coffee gives you one of the finest in the world. 100% authentic unblended fresh Colombian coffee. Our range of whole bean coffee gives you a coffee with one of the finest aromas and tastes available worldwide.


We currently have come a long way, traveled 1000's of miles, have had many amazing experiences; along the way transforming ourselves with sheer will and strength of mind. We began as a retailer with a single location to a wholesaler with 3 locations and our Antiquarius Imports Road Show, which travels to key cities throughout the country throughout the year.



National Electric Supply is a main distributor of lighting and electrical distribution products for commercial, industrial, and domestic clients. Our goal is to identify and supply world class products and a service level which meets and exceeds our clients' expectations.


A well founded company in New Orleans, the world's biggest grain port, now with executive offices in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Maywood Group ships bulk grain to Mexico, the Carribean and South America, Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Far East. Frozen Meat and Poultry, and Dairy Products are shipped from all major U.S. Ports to clients worldwide.


Importers of Handmade Gifts, Crafts, and Folk Art from Peru. F or twenty years Poco A Poco Imports has been importing unique handmade presents, crafts and folk art from Peru. We sell wholesale to stores, catalogs, museums and zoos around the country. The culture and history of Peru is very rich and diverse.


Reclaimed from estates - over one hundred years old. Next container arriving February - come see our expanded line of products at our new location across from the Rail Runner station in Bernalillo! Visiting homes in the Parade of Homes this year, I was struck by how remnants of the building boom were still apparent, and how out of place, and out of touch, they seem now.