“With the opening up of the country and the improvement of consumption levels, China's fruit imports have been growing rapidly. There are now many freight agencies, but it is not easy to do well in this business. Professional competence and business performance are very important for such companies to stand out in the market,” Shenzhen Liang Jian, manager of Kin Shing said. “Customs clearance, policy changes, international trade agreements, and other factors all have a great impact on the fruit import industry. We hope to help customers and provide them with the best possible solution."
"Affected by the China-US trade war, the volume of containers imported from the United States and Canada has declined this year. In addition, significant fluctuations in exchange rates are not good news for importers. Many of our customers for high-value goods, such as Malaysian durian, are very frustrated at the current high exchange rates,” Mr. Liang continued. “In addition to taking good care of basic services such as customs clearance and logistics, we also study market conditions and trade Information of various countries.”
"As a specialized fruit import freight agency, we integrate customs clearance, foreign exchange settlement, connection transfer, warehousing, cold chain distribution, and other services. Kin Shing has provides services to more than 300 fruit traders worldwide and handled nearly 20,000 refrigerated containers in 2018. We currently have offices and teams at major fruit entry ports such as Hong Kong, Shekou in Shenzhen, Wenjindu, and Shenzhen Bay. Shekou Port mainly deals with dragon fruit, coconuts, bananas, pineapples, and other Southeast Asian goods, while Hong Kong port receives mainly Western goods."
Contact: Mr. Liang
Company: Shenzhen Kin Shing International Freight Agent Co., Ltd.
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