Delegates from the governments of Vietnam and Estonia visited Jiuye SCM during the China International Import Expo (CIIE 2019) to discuss future cooperation on imports of fresh produce to China. Alongside the visits, the leading supply chain management provider hosted several sessions with business delegates from the Philippines, Australia and Canada, introducing it's one-stop cold chain logistics solution to fresh products and food suppliers looking to enter the Chinese market.
Lying at heart of global trade is the need for an innovative, integrated and seamless supply chain management system to unlock the potential for world trade to solve global food supply issues. With its one-stop solution for global supply chain management, Jiuye SCM is aiming to help the global importers who are eyeing the Chinese market at CIIE of this year.
"CIIE is set to simplify and increase in fresh and frozen product imports to China, to support this, a robust cold chain solution is required to ensure the import quality of products. With our expertise in integrated supply chain management, we aim to facilitate the global circulation of fresh food, forming an all-in-one platform to boost trade and the efficient allocation of resources," said Bing Zhang, CEO of Jiuye SCMSeeking a platform to provide a more responsive and efficient supply chain, Tran Thanh Nam, Deputy Minister of Agricultural and Rural Development of Vietnam, and Mark Javik, Agricultural Minister of Estonia, paid a visit to Jiuye SCM's fresh food Cloud-Warehouse. As the "Belt and Road" initiative has increasingly driven-up trade volume of fresh food products, Jiuye SCM has begun optimizing its services to achieve smart management across the entire supply chain.