Chinese importers for timber raw materials – wood logs China imports

Chinese importers for timber raw materials Jan. 21 – China’s log imports in 2018 totaled 59.75 million. Main countries supplying China with “timber and articles of timber (HS: 44)” are Russia, United States, New Zealand, Thailand, and Australia. The country’s reliance on timber imports is expected to keep growing in the next few years due the shortage of domestic quality raw timber supply.

China Wood Import Statistics

China’s reliance on timber imports is expected to keep growing in the next few years, the country’s demands for solid quality raw timber materials to keep China wood industry going further. The domestic supply deficiency for raw timber materials in China drives up the volumes of China wood imports. At present, main countries supplying China with “timber and articles of timber (HS: 44)” are Russia (4692.1 USD millions), United States (3080.85 USD millions), New Zealand (2566.7 USD millions), Thailand (1604.18 USD millions), and Australia (1500.05 USD millions). Specifically, with “timber in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared (HS: 4403)”, main countries supplying China are New Zealand (2451.23 USD millions), United States (1392.28 USD millions), Russia (1296.56 USD millions), Papua New Guinea (803.78 USD millions), and Australia (619.55 USD millions). The positions of the leading suppliers of timber and timber products in the Chinese market have also changed. For timber product ( HS:44) supplier countries , Russia sit on the top, hen United States, New Zealand ; for suppliers of timber products(HS: 4403) the top supplier is New Zealand, then United States, Russia position is the third among supplier’s countries with timber in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared (HS: 4403).

Raw Timber Materials Market Opportunities in China

As for raw timber materials market opportunities in China. In terms of market demand and supply which opened more chances for timber importers/exporters and timber merchants. In recent years, In order to meet the needs of China timber market demand, there has been substantial expansion of timber transportation in central and Eastern Europe. Such as, Chengdu -Central Europe line has surpassed 2000 times in June 2018. The local Chinese timber importers kept on adapting the new changes began to move to the terminal areas of the liners to conduct its timber businesses. In addition, With the intention of meeting the timber market and industrial needs, China and Europe have launched a “timber customization regular trains”, there will be 300 lines are expected to open soon which will impact on the timber market and transport pattern. Timber import to China keeps growing; in the near future China’s reliance on imports and main foreign suppliers for raw timer materials remains strong. At present, China already is the top timber consumer in the world. During the past few years, the actual consumption of timber in China increased by nearly 18% to 192.5 million cubic meters, as a related report indicates. In particular, construction, paper-making and furniture industrial ongoing demand for more quality raw timber materials as part of the production plan. Consequently, the production and consumption volume drive up the import volume due to China shortage of solid quality timber. In the past few years, China timber imports rose from 48.4% to 56.4%, and as expected that, China’s reliance on timber imports will keep growing in the next few years.

China Timber Market Potentials/Wood Import Regulations China

China timber market potentials are huge in the next few years. In fact, about 20 million households need new housing each year in China, and the rural market potential is still huge, as a related research indicated. Moreover, there are more than 600 regional level cities, more than 2100 county level cities, and more than 12000 townships and towns in local China. The China timber market potentials is enormous in the next few years, it is the right time for foreign related timber businesses enter into China, to benefit China market opportunities. However, [there are also some challenges which foreign timber exporters are facing, especially with China customs control and wood import regulations China. There are several basic key points, foreign timber exporters should draw attention to. For instance, If the timber supplier exports its products to China in the initial stage, not only to monitor the entire delivery process is essential, but also advised to begin with a small quantity delivery of goods to the port and monitor each process there, to learn managing it better with experiences, later on, with added larger supply volumes, Furthermore, pay attention to the delivery date which accuracy can save unnecessary expenses in Chinese custom house. In addition, to understand Wood Import Regulations China customs control is important to move your timber materials into China, to achieve ultimate goal, make some revenues with timer businesses, imports and exports.

Wood Pellet Export To China: the World’s Largest Importer of Timber

China is the world’s largest importer of timber, and the second largest timber consumer in the world. With the speed of China rising economy, there is an intensifying demand for raw timber materials in China, mainly from industries of construction, paper-making and furniture industrial. However, there is a shortage of solid raw wood materials which hampers Chinese manufacturers to produce solid wood products that China market is in demand year by year, mainly quality wood furniture, like tables, chairs, cabinets, including quality wood flooring parquet, etc. Some researches pointed out that timber import to China, 2019-2023 worth USD 60 billion, this rise could be the result of the boom of the housing estate industry in China which led to growing needs for quality raw timber materials in house decorating. In fact, China doesn’t has much quality timber raw materials to manufacture solid wood products, consequently, import quality wood to China is increasing, as might be expected, the Chinese market will provide global forestry enterprises with numerous opportunities in the next few years, there are Chinese importers for timber raw materials hectically engaging in woodblocks China import.  For companies are engaged in timber import/exports businesses, the List of Chinese Importers for Timber Raw Materials is available upon request, please contact with DCCC, or email to: info@dccchina.org

Chinese bedrijven in Nederland aantal verdubbeld | Nieuwsbericht | DCCC

Chinese bedrijven investeerde in Nederland | aantal verdubbeld | Nieuwsbericht | DCCCJan. 15 – Chinese bedrijven investeerde in Nederland aantal verdubbeld, Tussen eind 2012 en eind 2017 is het aantal gegroeid van 245 naar 470 bedrijven, dat blijkt uit de(CBS) nieuwste cijfers. De bijdrage van Chinese bedrijven aan de Nederlandse economie is in dezelfde periode bijna verviervoudigd tot ruim 1 miljard euro.

Chinese Bedrijven in Nederlands Actief Werkzaam in Groothandel

Van de 470 Chinese bedrijven in Nederland zijn er 195 groothandelsbedrijven. Het grootste deel van de ondernemingen in Chinese handen zijn groothandelsbedrijven, oftewel vier op de tien. Inclusief detailhandel en handelsbemiddeling is zelfs meer dan de helft van de bedrijven onder Chinese zeggenschap een handelsbedrijf: 245. Zij hebben een gezamenlijke toegevoegde waarde van 296 miljoen euro in 2017, voornamelijk , Chinese bedrijven in Nederlands zijn handelsbedrijven. In de industriesector zijn zestig Chinese bedrijven actief, maar de toegevoegde waarde van deze bedrijven lag in 2017 met 374 miljoen euro wel hoger dan in de handel.

 Bijdrage van Chinese Bedrijven in Nederland Groeit naar 1 Miljard euro

Het betreft bedrijven in Nederland waarvan het meerderheidsbelang in Chinese handen is. Door de groei neemt de toegevoegde waarde van deze bedrijven is toegenomen van 290 miljoen euro in 2012 tot 1 079 miljoen euro in 2017. Het aantal werknemers bij Chinese bedrijven nam in dezelfde periode ongeveer even sterk toe, van 3 duizend tot 11 duizend. Sinds 2015 is de bijdrage van Chinese bedrijven aan de Nederlandse economie veel sterker gegroeid dan het aantal Chinese bedrijven. Dat komt volgens het CBS door een groei van het aantal overnames.

Aandeel van Chinese Bedrijven in Nederland Beperkt

Met bijna 8 procent van de bedrijven met een eigenaar buiten de EU is het aantal Chinese bedrijven in Nederland in 2017 gering, volgens het CBS. Ondanks de groei is het aantal bedrijven in Chinese handen nog steeds relatief klein in Nederland. Ter vergelijking: de Verenigde Staten hebben de meeste bedrijven in Nederland (2.875), gevolgd door Duitsland (2.190) en het Verenigd Koninkrijk (1.355). Het aantal Chinese bedrijven in Nederland is volgens het CBS meer vergelijkbaar met het aantal Japanse en Zwitserse bedrijven. Er zijn ook Nederlandse bedrijven in China gevestigd, dat blijkt uit de(CBS) nieuwste cijfers , het aantal Nederlandse bedrijven (met 605 in 2017) in China gevestigd meer dan Chinese bedrijven in Nederland (met 470 in 2017).

China cuts pork import tariffs in 2020, rates lower than MFN, why?

Chinese importers for frozen pork-China Cuts Pork Import Tariffs in 2020Jan. 10 – Pork China import tariff cuts in 2020, rates lower than MFN. Among others, frozen pork listed in the China’s reduced provisional rates for imported goods in 2020, precisely, frozen pork tax rate: MFN 12%; China 8%. China’s Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced it will temporarily adjust import tariffs on 859 commodities to come into effect January 1, 2020.

Why Pork China Import Tariffs Cuts in 2020?

Pork production deficiency in China at this moment is the main reason for cutting frozen pork China import tariffs in 2020, rates lower than MFN. Pork is one of Chinese favorite meats, especially around holidays times, pork meat is “a must have” items on the shopping list. Chinese eat an average of 120 pounds of pork a year. Half the world’s pork is consumed, according to a related report. China pork meat consumer tends to upward trend year by year, among consumer goods & FMCG, food & nutrition, China pork consumption 2018-2020 Statista indicates Per capita consumption of pork products in China 2018 was 33.7; 2019 was 34.2; and in 2020 will reach 34.7.
China pigs African swine fever led the pork product unavailability in China market in the past year, there is a famine of healthy pig for quality pork products in China which faces a “relative domestic shortage”, the gap has to fill in by stimulating more frozen pork China imports, cutting frozen pork China import tariffs in 2020 to achieve exactly the intended mission, to stimulate frozen pork China import potential, the demand and supply pork products in China market will be better-adjusted.

How much Meat Imported to China in 2019?

China’s meat imports up in 2019. From January to November 2019, China’s meat imports jumped 42% year-on-year to 5.49 million metric tons, and China Meat imports surged 82% year-on-year to 644,000 tons in November 2019, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs. Among others, the imports of pork and minced pork logged a 66% and 3.5% year-on-year growth to 1.84 million tons and 1 million tons, respectively. China’s reduced provisional rates for frozen pork China imports in 2020 will encourage more foreign quality pork products enter into China market, the reduced rate intended to stimulate import potential in pork sector where China faces a “relative domestic shortage”. In 2020, China will actively expand diversified sources of imports, speed up the entry of pork, other meat and aquatic products, and expand the sources of imported meat products and substitutes. It also will work with other government branches to prioritize imported pork and chilled meat in customs clearance inspections and release it at various ports across China, to ensure the country’s supply of pork and other meat products, the GAC stated.

How Chinese Importers is Affected by Pork China Import Tariffs Cuts in 2020?

Frozen pork is targeted product among consumer goods within the China’s reduced provisional rates for imported goods in 2020, precisely, China import tariffs on frozen pork from 12% reduced to 8% in 2020. The lower tariff seen as an essential import incentive to balance the demand and supply of pork products in China market. Among consumer goods & FMCG, food & nutrition, as stated by China pork consumption 2019-2020 Statista: Per capita consumption of pork products in China will rise from 34.2 in 2019 to 34.7 in 2020. Frozen pork China import tariff cuts is a great news especially for pork products traders, frozen pork products manufacturers, and pig farmers, etc., for companies want to export frozen pork to China, there is a market chance for making more profits by entering into China market. Certainly to contact related pork meat Chinese importers is a challenge, the List of Chinese Importers for Pork Meat will be a useful and handy, please contact DCCC for more details: info@dccchina.org .

Chinese importers for quality wood flooring – China flooring market

Chinese importers for quality wooden flooringDec. 31 – Chinese importers for quality flooring have been expanding import capacity, with living standard transformation, Chinese consumers are seeking more value-added comfort with better-quality flooring, imported wood quality floorings find its way in China market. China revenue in the Floor Covering segment amounts to US$13,629m in 2019. The market is expected to grow annually by 8.2% (CAGR 2019-2023).

Wood Flooring China Market

China flooring consumer segment, generally speaking, includes finish materials used to cover floors, like wood blocks, strips or friezes, parquet panels; Laminate flooring; Linoleum, etc. As the Chinese living standard improved, more living spaces are required, a lot of construction projects burst forth, more buildings pop up, and better-quality flooring surge onward, led to a growing need in house decorating with floorings. Altogether is stimulating the growth of the China flooring segment. China revenue in the Floor Covering segment amounts to US$13,629m in 2019. The market is expected to grow annually by 8.2% (CAGR 2019-2023). Flooring is something relatively new life style with improved comfort in China, however, there is a growing consumers’ tendency to buy more expensive goods, and a rising trend for pursuing value-added comfort, better-quality durability of floors. Particularly younger generation Chinese families are seeking more upgraded wellbeing, even luxury, and have an inclination to buy more expensive goods which are driving the growth of the flooring segment in China, and stimulating imported quality floorings find its way in China market. At this moment, China’s wood flooring market is still growing and is hungry for the solid wood quality flooring.

Wood Flooring Major Foreign Brands in China

One of flooring trends in China is on the raise of the demand for quality wood flooring with added value, such as: natural, green, solid wood materials, etc. In fact, China wood flooring market is expanding after 2015 the Government adjust related policies, the demand for quality wood flooring continues raising. According to wood flooring China market indicates, China’s wood flooring sales growing 6% year on year to 400 million square meters, and, the wood flooring market in China has accounted for 20% of the global market. Meanwhile, some well-known foreign wood flooring brands expand their business horizon to China, which create competitions between imported foreign wood flooring brands and native top flooring brands.

As for imported wood flooring brands, there are several international established brands stand with firm foot in the arena of top foreign wood flooring brands in China, such as: German Swiss KRONOTEX, German KRONOFLOORING, Hungarian BEFAG, Belgian BERRY ALLOC, Swiss BAUWERK, Italian IDEAL LEGNO, Portuguese CORKSRIBAS and Swedish GOLVABIA, the UK QUICK-STEP, Portugal WICANDERS, and Belgian EGGER, etc. Now all has become the strategic partner of major imported foreign wood flooring brands in China, and all with sales offices or agents in China that offer quality wood flooring with more added value which have won the loyalty of Chinese customers in larger main cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

Some researchers pointed out that foreign wood flooring brands in China is facing some challenges in China. The reality is that China market has numerous consumers’ potentials, the country is already the world’s largest wood flooring manufacturing and exporting country, and China is also the largest importer of quality timber raw materials. The shortage of solid raw timber materials hinders Chinese wood flooring manufacturers to produce solid quality wood flooring which China market in demand, and as some researchers point out that this market size is as large as the laminated ones in China. In recent years, more Chinese consumers are enthusiastically searching for solid wood flooring for the sake of the added value to healthier life and environmentally friendly materials. In local China, there are more laminated flooring producers than quality solid wood flooring ones, consequently some major foreign brands of quality wood flooring still hold on some key elements in China wood flooring market, such as excellence, green, natural timber being basic raw materials for their wood flooring products, those advantages put foreign brands quality wood flooring on the competitive stage in China flooring market.

What is the Top Sales Wood Flooring Product in China?

As China market researchers indicated that by product, laminate wood flooring stands on the top sales list in china. Laminate wood flooring as the mainstay of wood flooring industry in China, always accounts for over 50% of total wood flooring sales, but the share is on the decline; engineered hardwood flooring follows with a rising share year by year, at least 20% of total wood flooring sales. In 2018, among various flooring sold in China, 51.1% was laminate wood flooring, and 28.8% engineered hardwood flooring. The top sales wood flooring products in China linked to the improved living standard and the average consumers’ craving for a quality life, wood flooring gradually moves to a growing segment in the China flooring industry, from 33.9% in 2009 up to 38.9% in 2018. At present time, the China wood flooring industry is mature than ever, both as one of most important producers and consumers of wood flooring in the world. China’s wood flooring sales was worth as much as RMB71.6 billion in 2018, and to reach RMB94.9 billion in 2025, stimulated by a combination of positive factors.

Who are the Main Chinese Producers of Wood Flooring?

According to a related statistic that there are roughly 3,000 wood flooring manufacturers in China, more than 1,200 of which can produce both laminate wood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring. Among others, the key players in the China wood flooring sector include Dare Power Dekor Home Co., Ltd., Nature Home Holding Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Shiyou Timber Co., Ltd., Elegant Living, Jiusheng Flooring Co., Ltd., Yihua Lifestyle Technology Co., Ltd. and Kronoswiss. They boast larger capacity and make deployments on a larger scale. Among them, Dare Power Dekor Home Co., Ltd. as a bellwether in China’s wood flooring industry be able to produce as much as 53 million square meters annually, selling 46.48 million square meters in 2018, by proportion, 11.1% of the total wood flooring sold in China.

How China Wood Flooring Market Trend Impact on Timber Parquet China Imports

As the China flooring segment digits indicate that China revenue in the floor covering segment amounts to US$13,629m in 2019. The China market is expected to grow annually by 8.2% (CAGR 2019-2023). There are several foreseeable trends of Chinese wood flooring industry in the coming period draw attention to by the related researchers, such as: among others, solid wood flooring with heating system will usher in a period of growth; penetration of wood flooring is on the rise, importing timber raw materials to China will continue on the upsurge. Undoubtedly, it will create some China market opportunities for quality wood flooring producers and retailers, and timber raw materials traders.The trend has been showing that Imported solid wood flooring with added value has undeniable growing Chinese consumers recent years in China. For foreign wood flooring producers attempting to enter China flooring market, there is a List of Chinese Importers for Quality Wood Flooring available, more details, please contact DCCC, or email to info@dccchina.org

Upcoming Chinese Spring Festival shakes fresh produce sales & imports

List of Chinese Importers for Fruit and VegetablesDec. 17 – Upcoming Chinese Spring Festival shakes fresh produce sales in China, it will start on 25th of January, 2020, it is the most celebrated Chinese tradition as families and friends get together, eat, drink, and be merry, with this special occasion, Fruit and vegetables are in great demand, Chinese fruit and vegetables importers are busy than ever with fresh produce china imports.

Fresh produce is one of indispensable shopping items for preparing the upcoming Chinese new year celebration, as family and friend getting together, eat, drink, and be merry, Chinese New Year celebration is the most important holiday for all Chinese. Nowadays, as Chinese consumers are growing awareness of healthy eating and healthy lifestyle leading to a better health and longevity.

Cucumber Price Doubles in China, Supply Does Not Meet Demand

There is a chance for import cucumber to China. Chinese cucumber price doubles, breaks the record of 3 yuan [0.43 USD]. The price of Chinese cucumbers has reached its highest position in the last few years. The overall production volume was relatively small this year but the main reason for the rising prices was an insufficient supply. Cucumbers from Liaocheng in Shandong occupied a large portion of the Chinese cucumber market. However, because the cucumber industry is insufficient and many farmers lack plantation experience, many people decided to plant other vegetables, which means that supply does not meet demand, and the price is rising as a result of this development, this satiation crates chances for importing cucumber to China.

Several Countries’ Pineapples have Gradually Entered the Chinese Market

GoGo Qingdao Limited imports S & W fresh pineapple from the Philippines all year round. “The quality this season is stable. Although prices during the last two months were lower, the market has by now stabilized and prices have picked up.” Frozen fruits from the Philippines gained market access to China this year, “Currently, the wholesale prices are 80-85 yuan per box (12 kg). The S&W pineapples we import from the Philippines. According to insiders, the import volume of pineapples from Panama has not been large since they gained access to China, and they have not had much impact on the Chinese pineapple market. However, Costa Rican pineapples have gradually entered the Chinese market, and there are times when there are large volumes available. Its strong competitiveness has affected the pineapple market, especially in some secondary markets. In terms of prices, the cost of Costa Rican pineapples is similar to that of Philippine pineapples, but the market prices of the latter are much lower, there are at least 10 containers arriving at Shanghai Port this week. ”

China Interested in Importing Kiwi Fruit

China is at the right moment for importing more kiwi fruit, Greek kiwi in particular gain attraction. As Greek kiwi suppler to China stated that “There is more interest in Greek kiwis from China”. The Greek kiwi season has been well on its way over the last few months. Although the produce is close to perfect according to the growers, a small decrease in demand from European countries can’t be denied. Luckily other countries overseas fill in the gap, and the season is going well overall. Despite that fact that France, Spain and the Netherlands import less Greek kiwi, but last year over 7.000 tons of Greek Kiwis of the Hayward variety have been successfully marketed, the bigger demand for Geek kiwi overseas, among others, mainly from China and the Emirates. In fact, it is not surprising Chinese consumers embrace Geek kiwi, Chinese New Year Festal is approaching, it is High Holiday season for the Chinese people to enjoy rare kiwi fruit, high season to import more fruits and vegetable to supply China market at the right moment, there seems to be more interest in Greek kiwis from countries like China.

Chinese importers for fruit and vegetables are in tune with the trend of Chinese consumer, fully and speedily to cooperate with the China market demand, there are more fruit and vegetables importing to China in this festal season than usual. For growers, imports/exports businesses engaged in fruit and vegetables, it is the right time to get on with China market chance, to connect with Chinese importers, to enter China market, and to bring your fresh produce into China, the List of Chinese Importers for Fruit and Vegetables will add value to your business in China market potentials.

Chinese investors, investment firms from China (2nd edition) 2019

Chinese investors (2nd edition) 2019.Dec. 5 – Chinese investors play an important role in China economic power and have changed the country into a global outbound investor. Despite of various obstacles on the way Chinese global investment keep on rolling. There are different types of Chinese investors, among others, State-owned enterprises (SOEs) as the main force of Chinese investors.

Chinese investors – State-owned enterprises (SOEs)

According to the ownership and corporate governance of Chinese enterprises, most of China’s state-owned enterprises are large industrial and service groups belonging to SASAC’s central and local administrations. In addition, there are also sovereign wealth funds, state-owned insurance companies, venture capital firms, pension funds, research institutes and government departments and agencies. The expansion of SOEs in Europe has been strongly supported by the “go out” policy of the Chinese central and local governments as confirmed by a recent survey. Most of them often opt for the acquisition of key tangible and intangible resources and strategic assets, mainly through asset augmenting M&As.

China firm Mengniu to buy dairy company in Australia for $407m

China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd is buying Australia’s Lion Dairy and Drinks from Japan’s Kirin Foods for A$600 million ($407 million), making it the second acquisition by the Chinese dairy giant in Australia after it acquired infant formula milk provider Bellamy in September. Lion Dairy & Drinks Australia Pty Ltd is headquartered in Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Subsidiaries of Dairy Farmers & others.

In September, Mengniu said it had made a buyout offer for Australian infant formula producer Bellamy in a deal valued at $1 billion, to further penetrate the infant formula and food market while expanding its reach overseas. This month, the Australian government approved Mengniu’s takeover of Bellamy’s Australia Ltd. China’s dairy industry has been expanding its reach in global markets in recent years, with Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group, the largest dairy producer in China and Asia, prioritizing global dairy resource security capacity and a management team with global vision. In August, Yili acquired New Zealand’s second-largest dairy cooperative Westland Cooperative Dairy Co Ltd after finally clearing all the regulatory hurdles. Yili acquired Oceania Dairy Group of New Zealand in 2013. It has since invested approximately $660 million in establishing milk powder, infant formula and UHT production lines for the Oceania region.

Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd is a manufacturing and distribution company of dairy products and ice cream in China. The company is based in Inner Mongolia and manufactures dairy products under the Mengniu brand. Mengniu Dairy Co. PLC registered office in Cayman Islands, and is headquartered in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China (corporate headquarters). Founded in 1995.

Chinese firm NetEase acquires stake in Canadian game developer

NetEase Games, the online games division of NetEase Inc, announced on recently that it has acquired a strategic minority stake in Behaviour Interactive Inc, Canada’s largest independent video game developer. Following this investment, Montreal-based Behaviour will continue to operate independently under the leadership of its president and executive producer, Remi Racine. NetEase Games will nominate a director to Behaviour’s Board.

“NetEase’s investment validates the reputation for excellence and efficiency we have built in the online games sector over the last 27 years,” said Racine. “As an industry leader in online games, NetEase brings highly reputable R&D and operational capabilities and experience that we believe will drive sustainable, long-term growth well into the future”. “NetEase is pleased to further develop our relationship with Behaviour, an online games pioneer and a leader of the asymmetrical battle arena genre,” said Ethan Wang, vice-president of NetEase, in a press release. “We look forward to leveraging Behaviour’s deep passion and expertise to enhance our R&D efforts and deliver even more exciting new products to players worldwide.”

NetEase, Inc. founded in 1997, is a Chinese Internet Technology Company providing online services centered on content, community, communications and commerce. The company was founded in 1997 by Ding Lei. NetEase develops and operates online PC and mobile games, advertising services, email services and e-commerce platforms in China. Behaviour Interactive Inc. founded in 1992, is a Canadian video game development studio specializing in the production of 2D and 3D action/ adventure games for home video game consoles, handheld game consoles and personal computers.

There is a List of Chinese Investors from China, for those international business services corporations, banking institutions, legal financial services firms, etc., interested in connect with Chinese private investors from China, or to get to know more investors from China, a List of Chinese Investors is available upon request, please contact the DCCC by email to: info@dccchina.org

China to resume imports of Canadian beef, pork – meat consumption high

China to resume imports of Canadian beef, porkNov. 11 – China has agreed to resume imports of Canadian beef and pork products, ending a five-month suspension, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Tuesday (November 5, 2019). “Good news for Canadian farmers today: Canadian pork and beef exports to China will resume,” Trudeau tweeted.

China banned imports of these products on June 25 after some Canadian meat tested positive for ractopamine, a feed additive, and was shipped with forged inspection certificates. On Wednesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang confirmed that China had agreed to end the ban, according to China news reporting.

Canada has proposed measures to rectify loopholes in the certification process, Geng said, adding that Beijing has assessed the measures and found they meet national safety requirements. Charlie Christie, chairman of industry association Alberta Beef Producers, said he expects the resumption to have an “immediate effect on markets”. He said prices for calves have been “sluggish” this fall, and he believes “this is going to have a positive effect throughout the entire system”. Canadian Meat Council President and CEO Christopher White said industry representatives will soon go to China to meet with authorities “at all ports” where Canadian meat products enter the country.

The Chinese mainland is Canada’s fifth-largest export destination for beef, after the United States, Japan, Hong Kong and Mexico. More than $500 million worth of Canadian pork and nearly $100 million worth of Canadian beef were sent to the Chinese mainland in 2018, according to Canadian government data.

Demand for beef, especially pork products remains strong in China at this moment, and Chinese market is a very important for Canadian beef and pork producers, with the announcement from the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on 5 November, 2019: “Good news for Canadian farmers today: Canadian pork and beef exports to China will resume,” It is an exciting message, and it means a lot especially for many Canada local beef or pork producers, from now on they look forward to having the second chance to continue to meet the demand of China market, and to satisfying the needs of Chinese consumers in the coming Chinese new year’s festival on January 2020.

For Canadian meat companies engaged in beef or pork businesses, to connect with reliable Chinese beef importers and Chinese pork importing companies are the first important step to enter China market, with reliable Chinese importers and importing companies assistance, under the guideline of China’s food safety regulations, Canadian export beef and pork products to China will be efficiently and professionally, avoid unnecessary risks. There is a special Chinese Beef and Pork Importers List prepared for Canadian meat businesses want to China market, those Chinese importers will be the right links for Canadian meat export to China. Please contact with DCCC for more info, or email to info@dccchina.org

Feeding-greening handelsmissie China November 2019 | Nieuwsbericht | DCCC

Feeding-greening handelsmissie China November 2019 | Nieuwsbericht | DCCC Nov. 5 – Het voeden van 1.4 miljard consumenten in China, de transitie naar duurzame energie en het gebruik van minder water: een aantal van de grootste maatschappelijke uitdagingen van dit moment is direct verbonden met de tuinbouwsector. Hierdoor kijkt de hele wereld naar Nederland,’ zegt Leo Marcelis, hoogleraar tuinbouw aan de Wageningen Universiteit.

“Sino-Dutch Horti Cooperation Conference” op 18 November, 2019 in Beijing

Volgens het World Economic Forum zijn wolkenkrabbers met daarin Vertical Farms een mogelijke oplossing voor het voedselprobleem. Talloze bedrijven in deze editie zijn betrokken bij de ontwikkeling van Vertical Farming.
Naarmate een steeds groter deel van de wereldbevolking in steden gaat wonen, ligt er ook potentie voor de sector in het leveren van schone lucht aan inwoners van de stad. Planten zuiveren immers de lucht en geven zuurstof af.

De kernboodschap is: veilig en meer produceren, met minder kosten en minder energieverbruik. Bent u actief in de land- en tuinbouwsector of in duurzame stedelijke ontwikkeling? Wilt u zakendoen, samenwerken of contacten leggen met Chinese bedrijven, de lokale markt verkennen of uw relaties in China verstevigen? Ga dan van 16 tot en met 23 november mee met de handelsmissie naar China.

De Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO.nl), de provincie Zuid-Holland, de Nederlandse ambassade in China en verschillende Chinese partnerorganisaties organiseren op 18 november in Beijing de Sino-Dutch Horti Cooperation Conference: Feeding and greening Chinese cities. Het thema is duurzame stedelijke ontwikkeling en de rol van moderne land- en tuinbouw daarin.

Kansen voor Nederlandse Bedrijven met Bedrijvenprogramma

Nederlandse tuinbouw kan China helpe. De sterk groeiende bevolking voorzien van betrouwbare voeding is een grote uitdaging voor de Chinese overheid. Duurzame groei en land- en tuinbouw zijn kansrijke sectoren waarop we goed kunnen samenwerken met China en elkaar kunnen versterken. Tijdens de conferentie kunt u op hoog niveau contacten leggen en die verder uitbouwen.

De handelsmissie onder leiding van de overheid geeft extra aandacht aan het ondertekenen van contracten of MoU’s. De organisatie kan u helpen bij het aangaan van samenwerking met Chinese bedrijven. Ook kunt u steun krijgen bij besprekingen over moeilijkheden die uw bedrijf misschien ondervindt bij (toekomstige) samenwerking met de overheid of bedrijven in dit land.

Naast de conferentie en het bijwonen van de officiële bezoeken, is er een uitgebreid en gevarieerd programma met de focus op duurzame ontwikkeling (water, bodem, milieu en stedelijke ontwikkeling) en moderne land- en tuinbouw. Het programma bevat onder meer lezingen, matchmakingsessies, werkbezoeken, netwerkevenementen en bijeenkomsten met lokale overheidsinstanties. Ook voert u een-op-eengesprekken met mogelijke zakenrelaties en deelt u ervaringen met Nederlandse ondernemers.

Doelgroep & Aanmelden

Bent u actief in de land- en tuinbouwsector of in duurzame stedelijke ontwikkeling? Wilt u zakendoen, samenwerken of contacten leggen met Chinese bedrijven, de lokale markt verkennen of uw relaties in China verstevigen? Om de missie voor alle deelnemers zo interessant mogelijk te maken, leggen we de nadruk op bedrijven en kennisinstellingen die binnen de genoemde opzet en inhoudelijke focus vallen. Ga dan van 16 tot en met 23 november mee met de handelsmissie naar China. Lees meer over het voorlopige programma, Heeft u interesse in deelname? Meld u aan vóór 2 november. Heeft u nog vragen over de missie? Neem dan contact op met Emiel Mulder,( emiel.mulder@rvo.nl) voor meer informatie.

Food ingredients compounds in China food processing industry

Chinese Importers for Food IngredientsOct. 29 – China food processing sector used to dependent upon sourcing domestic food ingredients that are added to foods to achieve the desired effect. Today, Chinese consumers growing demand for more natural, convenient and healthier processed foods due to changing dietary patterns and lifestyles, that leads to certain China related food segment relies on imported food ingredients.

China Imported Food Ingredients Linked to Fastest Growth Catering & Beverage Sectors

China’s food and beverages industry innovation stimulates catering, snacks and beverages using higher quality ingredients for younger affluent urban Chinese consumer. The term “food ingredient” includes food additives, which are substances added to foods for specific technical and/or functional purposes during processing, storage or packaging. Food ingredient is any substance that is added to a food to achieve a desired effect. China imported ingredients closely allied with the most striking segments and the fastest growth in the catering and beverages sectors. At this moment, healthy, convenient and affordable, ready-to-eat and drinks, like various cuisines, catering, juices, yogurts and smoothies are attractive and trendy; together, China’s catering industry advanced already for sometimes with explosive fastest pace. Various cuisines, catering are available in fastest speed delivering services straight to home dinner table. Both segments of catering & beverages tend to show the same phenomenon, to apply food ingredients with added value to achieve a desired aroma or flavor that fit into Chinese dietary essence. Food ingredients has never been so applicable and to nourish food and drinks in China, among others, changing dietary patterns and forming new lifestyles of Chinese consumers leads to import quality food ingredient compounds to China.

Food Ingredients Compounds in China’s Food Processing Industry

Food ingredients compounds play an important role in China’s food industry which is categorized into three major sectors: food processing, food manufacturing, and beverage manufacturing. Sourcing for food ingredients is one of key process with food processing industry in China, and food processing accounts for 60% of the China’s food industry. The China food market includes all processed foods which have been prepared or preserved in some way. Food represents a significant part of household expenditure, the four highest sales volumes are seen in the following segments: Meat Products, Dairy Products, Baked Goods and Confectionery in China. Revenue in the China food market amounts to US$498,113m in 2019. The market is expected to grow annually by 4.1% (CAGR 2019-2023); the market’s largest segment is the segment Meat Products & Sausages with a market volume of US$87,284m in 2019. The China food processing industry experienced unprecedented transformation. With a population of 1.42 billion, and its growing dynamic middle class, China’s seismic shift toward health and wellness. Chinese consumers value the stringent food safety standards, improved quality and innovation, and they are willing to pay premium prices for them. Many of these changes are driven by the explosive growth in China’s emerging middle class which emphases on health, wealth and success in life, more Chinese consumers have gradually attracting value added healthier foods with convenience packaging. China’s food processing industry is in record advancing, but progress is kerbing. Consumers demand for healthier processed food, food ingredients comes to play; China’s food processing industry faces challenges. In the past, China’s food processing industry sourced food ingredients domestically. Nowadays, imported food ingredients are popular and applied in China’s food processing industry, and there are opportunities for growth, particularly for imported food ingredients.

Sauces Assortments Applications to Food and Drinks Preparations in China

There are mixed condiments and mixed seasonings to food and drinks preparations in China, for example, mustard flour and meal, whether or not prepared, and mustard. Specifically, Soya sauce (HS-210310); Tomato ketchup and other tomato sauces (HS-210320); Mustard flour and meal, whether or not prepared, and mustard (HS-210330); Preparations for sauces and prepared sauces; mixed condiments and seasonings (excl. soya sauce, tomato ketchup and other tomato sauces, mustard, and mustard flour and meal) (HS- 210390). Among various condiments, sauce and preparations, sauces assortments applications to food and drinks preparations in China, traditional soy sauces, vinegar, salt, monosodium glutamate (MSG), cooking wine and sugar are the most frequently used. However, sauces and condiments can also be categorized into; Table sauces which includes (mayonnaise, Soy sauces, Vinegar, ketchup, Mustard, Salad dressing, Chilli sauces, Soybean paste, etc.) while Cooking ingredients includes (Herbs and spices, Pepper, Salt, Sugar, Monosodium glutamate, Soy sauces, Ginger, Onions, etc.) Among the applications of the secondary processed bulk food ingredients, food application accounted for the largest market share, the bakery and the ready meals products segment plays an important role, followed by beverages.

China Steps toward Healthiness – Food Processing Ingredients Opportunities Growth

China steps toward healthiness, especially among the growing urban middle class are expected to continue to have special deep effects on the three major food processing sectors: food processing, food manufacturing, and beverage manufacturing. The demand for healthier food with natural and value-added food ingredient is growing trend in China which inspires food processing industry innovation; create chances opportunities for food processing ingredients business growth as well. As predicted, the global market size of food ingredients forecast to value at about 400 billion U.S. dollars by 2022. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to be the fastest-growing market, among others, the China market size of food ingredients is expected to grow in rapid pace in the next five years, in fact, in recent years, and the China food ingredients market has witnessed an increase in demand. With Revenue in the China food market amounts to US$498,113m in 2019. The market is expected to grow annually by 4.1% (CAGR 2019-2023); the market’s largest segment is the segment Meat Products & Sausages with a market volume of US$87,284m in 2019, according to a new (China) study. For food ingredient exporters or food ingredient businesses, China market is a unique chance, and food processing ingredients China business opportunities growth. To know more about the main Chinese Importers for Food Ingredients or imported food ingredient distribution channels, and import procedures in China or want to connect with Chinese importers for food ingredients, please contact with DCCC by email to: info@dccchina.org

Fruit and vegetable Chinese importers – fresh produce China market

Fruit and vegetable Chinese importersOct. 23 – Chinese importers seek external fresh produce with the harvest season is right at the doorway. In June 2019, vegetable imports to China had amounted to approximately 120.6 million U.S. dollars, and fruit imports to China had amounted to approximately 722.1 million, according to statistic from China’s fruit & vegetable imports.

Fruit and Vegetables China Imports Growing New High

As a general long-term China policy, the government is trying to increase the imports of fresh produce, to address the eating right, and maintaining sound health issue, that’s in fact a cheering news for international fresh producers and local fresh farms. In reality, China’s imported fruit market witnessed steady growth, both in terms of total import volume as well as import value in last two years. Of particularly, China imports cherries, oranges, blueberries, and bananas, which registered robust year-on-year growth in both import volume and import value. Meanwhile, Chinese consumers are more and more craving for fruit that is premium-quality, differentiated, safe, organic, branded and/or high value, as China fruit expert revealed.

Fresh Produce Enters China Market at Exciting Time

For international suppliers of imported fruit to the China market is an exciting time, now, for the first time, China is importing more fresh produce than exports, and China used to be a fresh produce exporting country. Fresh produce import into China already started, several fresh produces from different countries have reached China market, there are related fruit and vegetable Chinese importers and Chinese import firms are hectic with their schedules of fresh imports into China. Although China fruit imports reached ten-year highs both by value and volume in 2018, however China fresh consumption is continuing grow high at the same time in 2019, and the statistic from the China Customs shows China’s monthly fruit and vegetable imports in June 2019, vegetable imports to China had amounted to approximately 120.6 million U.S. dollars, and fruit imports to China had amounted to approximately 722.1 million.

Fresh Produce China Imports Latest Activities 2019

As reported recently, China imported 3.96 million tons of fruits in the first half of 2019, an annual growth of 38%. The statistic shows vegetable imports to China had amounted to approximately 120.6 million U.S. dollars in June 2019. In addition, according to China Customs Statistics august, 2019 showed that China imports of fresh or dried fruits and nuts value US$8,089,529. All those data showed that China fruit and vegetable imports rise higher in 2019. there is a List of Chinese Importers for fruit & Vegetable is available, more details, please email to: info@dccchina.org. There are several highlights over fruit and vegetable China imports recent activities:

China Retail Sales of Avocados Increasing Incredibly

Retail sales of avocados increasing by 72% each year in China, according to fresh produce. As the largest avocado producer in the world and the first country to export avocados to China, Mexico has witnessed its market share in China be split between two latecomers, Chile and Peru. The importance of everyone along the supply chain working together and professionally to grow Chinese avocado sales, and capitalizing on the sharply increasing demand. Chinese consumers have become more “selective” as a result of their rising income levels. China’s agricultural industry is in the process of upgrading itself, but many agricultural products do not meet the new standards of Chinese consumers who can afford to purchase imported fruit instead. The volume of imported fruit is still growing.

Imported Blueberries Attract China’s Attention

Argentine blueberries wins Chinese consumers’ taste, there are several Chinese fruit importing companies are busying with blueberries import to China, among others, Argentine blueberries attract Chinese edible fruit importers’ attention, they are involved reaching agreements with Argentine local blueberries fruit exporters to continue commercial relations. Up to now, statistics showed that there are certain numbers of Argentine province’s total exports has as its final destination China, and China demand for more healthy, nutritional rich fruits, and Argentine blueberries grows more potential to expand its fresh produce into China market with enormous consumers capacity. Imported fruit competes with domestic fruit in the Chinese market. The Chinese fruit industry is working towards stronger brands and a higher product quality in response.

Dominican Exports Hass Avocado, Cocoa, Mango, Pineapple, Bananas to China

According to reliable source, China initiates protocols for the import of Dominican products which took place in October, 2019. The Ministry of Agriculture of the Dominican Republic, in a press release, revealed that it has begun the process of sanitary validation for the export of locally produced Hass avocado, cocoa, mango, pineapple, and bananas to China. The negotiations are being carried out within the framework of the new diplomatic and commercial relations established between both nations and based on the sanitary protocol signed by the parties on November 2018. On October 12, the Dominican Republic will receive an official mission of Chinese experts from the General Customs Administration to verify and standardize the procedure for exporting Hass avocado to that market.