The growth of the global fruit trade creates business opportunities for the producers of thermometers. However, as more and more companies enter this industry, the competition grows more intense. The key for success in this market is an easy-to-use thermometer with a great price-quality ratio.
Apresys is a Chinese company specialized in the production of thermometers. The company mainly exports thermometers to South America and Southeast Asia. Manager Liu, a spokesperson for Apresys, recently talked about current conditions in the industry: "The trade volume of South American cherries and blueberries is growing every year, and our sales volume of thermometers steadily grows as well. Last year we exported around 100 thousand thermometers to South America, which is nearly 10% more than the year before. In addition to South America, we also export our thermometers to Southeast Asia where they are used for relatively expensive fruits such as durian and mangosteen."
"The production cost of domestic thermometers is quite low, which gives us a decisive price advantage in the international market. We are quite popular with fruit exporters in medium- and low-end markets," said manager Liu. "However, there are more and more companies that produce thermometers and market competition is growing fierce. In order to stand out in this market, which is becoming more and more crowded and chaotic, we focus all our attention on the research and development and production of thermometers that satisfy the basic demand of our clients, while simultaneously offering an excellent price-quality ratio."
When asked about the distinguishing features of the Apresys thermometer, manager Liu replied, "the main advantage of our thermometer is that it is easy to use. One of the best-selling aspects of our thermometers is the absence of GPS-tracking technology. Although the functionalities are quite simple, the features of this thermometer satisfy the basic need of exporters to monitor the temperature of their fruit. Employees only have to turn the thermometer on and place it in the box with the fruit. Once the shipping containers arrive in the destination port, the thermometers can be connected via USB to a computer and the data will automatically download as a PDF. Furthermore, the thermometers are single-use, so there is no need to pay attention to maintenance. And our customer service teams can quickly deliver necessary services to clients across the globe."
Apresys was established in 2006. The company is specialized in the research and development, as well as the production of thermometers that can be used during fruit and vegetable distribution. The thermometers are CE, ROSE, and FCC certified.
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Jane Liu - Manager