This strikes me as a slightly odd way to go about things. If I was seriously planning to resell commercial boats on the otherside of the world from the factory I would have an idea what I want then approach the manufacturers about being a reseller and getting discount. I am sure various people would be happy to discuss options depending on the level of commitment (sales volume with convincing evidence you will deliver it) you will carry.
There are some brands who really are at the tough end of commercial spec: delta, halmatic, mst etc. I think of these people as military and oil industry spec. They don't deal with the public and prices are telephone numbers so unlikely to be economical to import. There is then a middle layer which includes people like Redbay, ribcraft, parker who are more sensibly priced but still well enough put together for ordinary commercial use. Then there are others who might be more acceptable priced but possibly not finished to the standard you might want for daily use where something breaking stops you earning.
XS, Humber, and tornado would all be on my list if I was looking for a commercial styled boat on a tight budget. Valiant also do a 'patrol' range that would be worth a quick look.
If I was buying speculatively as a distant overseas reseller I would be looking at brands who would supply hulls and tubes for me to rig with engines, seating, consoles, electronics, A-frames etc once I had a buyer lined up. Then I would be looking to fit as many boats as possible in a shipping container.
Some brands are more open to that sort of deal than others.