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MY CHINA PLUS is the first Virtual Warehouse all-in-one to distribute on Chinese / Asian markets in an easy, effective and economical way in Shanghai New Free Trade Zone.

The solution, based on Food & Beverages distribution platforms activities and experience, is designed for manufacturers / distributors who wish to have direct support in their business operations, promotion and distribution also without the need for a corporate presence in China.

How does My China B2B PLUS?

  • 1) SETUP: with My China B2B support, the company defines the space and the type of products that will store (temperature controlled, Fresh, Frozen)

NB: The warehouse is into the Shanghai FREE TRADE ZONE. This allows that stored products to pay duties and taxation only when they have been sold!

  • 2) SEND PRODUCTS: The company sends by sea the items to be stored in the warehouse in China.
    • For products without Chinese labeling:
      • Simultaneously with the product sending, are activated for the incoming products, the procedures with the Chinese authorities for obtaining the Chinese labels.

      • Upon arrival and during storage, products labeling  with Chinese labels

NB This allows to sell immediately the products on the Chinese market (competitive advantage - Ready to Sell) and also be used in fairs / exhibitions as Chinese products, with a big reduction of costs if the same products are shipped from their own country to the same exhibition (about 800 € every 100 kg).

  • 3) MANAGEMENT: Remote monitoring of Virtual Warehouse Platform by My China B2B PLUS Tools.
    • Movement Managing of the stored goods  (in / out)
    • Transfer / transport to other Chinese locations and Asian nations (for fairs, events, sales).
    • Tours of potential buyers (Showroom) to touch the stored products before buy.
    • My China Desk support for all logistics management activities and business relationships with potential buyers / distributors
    • Storing also in other Chinese locations (as needed)

Benefits for MY CHINA PLUS customers :

  • Only one point of contact in english / chinese language for all procedures (logistics, distribution, commercial) and documentation (invoices, documents, etc. ..)
  • Cutting costs (and time) about fairs, exhibitions, workshops and tasting organization, sending samples / products in China and neighboring Asian countries (Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Korea etc ...) .
  • "READY TO SELL" competitive advantage directly in China for your business
  • No tax: Stored goods Taxation only when really sold
  • Chinese Labels: Quick management for Chinese product labels
  • Simplified management of your distributors directly in China and multi / distributors with a single national stock
  • Pay per Use for your warehouse in China
  • Showroom activity for buyers product overview and tasting
  • Transparent management of all steps
  • Monitoring direct from your own country

Choose "the PLUS" more appropriate for your distribution needs in China and Asia!

For information or contact: [email protected]

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Imported food failed Shanghai quality tests PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taste of World   
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 11:25

MORE than 100 kilograms of Marks & Spencer's berries cherries flakes imported by its Shanghai subsidiary failed quality tests and were destroyed, China's top quality watchdog said yesterday.

The batch of berries cherries flakes, weighing 135 kilograms, failed the inspection for excessive water content, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine announced on its website. The flakes were made in the United Kingdom.

The product is available at the Nanjing Road W. store of the British retailer. A box of 375-gram flakes is priced at 59 yuan (US$9.5) at the Shanghai store.

The flakes are among 157 imported food and cosmetic items found to be substandard in May. They included cheese, chocolate, biscuits, formula powder, wine and vegetable oil. They were found to have expired, contain excessive amounts of coliform bacteria or sulfur dioxide, register high acid levels or have broken packages.

Cheese produced by French producers of Reverend, Le Roitelet and Bressor were on the list for excessive coliform bacteria, while cheese made by Italian Centro Latte Stasi SRL expired.

Graham crackers produced by New Zealand's Griffin's used brown HT, a food dye banned in China. It may provoke allergic reactions in asthmatics and induce skin sensitivity.

An Indian tea produced by Pekoe Tips Tea was found to contain dicofol, a "slightly hazardous" pesticide classified by the World Health Organization.

Olive oil produced by Spain-based Euroaliment PAC SLU contained excessive benzo(a)pyrene, which can cause cancer if consumed in large amounts.

Milk chocolate eggs produced by Thorntons PLC and Craft Foods Inc were found to have problems with their tags. Some wine from Japan and Italy were being listed for containing excessive manganese and cadmium.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 12:35