On January 10, the ceremony of the first train of Wuming Orah mandarins to be exported to Dubai, and the first sea shipment to Malaysia, was held at the Orah mandarins orchard base of Qifeng Juzhou Ecological Agriculture Co., Ltd., in Guangxi. After passing the customs quarantine, 1.5 million kilograms of Orah mandarins will take the RCEP to export. Thanks to Wuming's unique climate and soil conditions, Wuming Orah mandarins have obvious advantages such as a thin peel and tender flesh, a juicy and sweet taste, a long fruiting period, and storage and transportation resistance.
This time, the export of Wuming Orah mandarins was marked by Zheng Zuoliang, president of the Brunei Guangxi General Chamber of Commerce. Zheng Zuoliang said that after RCEP came into effect, measures such as tariff reduction, simplification of customs procedures, and opening of service trade have greatly reduced the cost of goods and import and export time, and at the same time promoted the unification of international certification, which is conducive to the building of high-end brands.
Employees are sorting Wuming Orah mandarins
Guangxi has the geographical advantage of being adjacent to ASEAN, and the export of high-quality agricultural and ancillary products is smoother and more popular. Among them, the taste and quality of Wuming Orah mandarins have great export advantages. After the RCEP comes into effect, it will promote the Wuming Orah mandarins to go abroad and to the world, and also promote the cooperation and exchange of Orah mandarins planting technology.
Qifeng Juzhou Ecological Agriculture Co., Ltd. exported 2.5 million kilograms of Orah mandarins last year. Recently, it has successfully signed an export list of 5 million kilograms of Orah mandarins, which will be exported to Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Dubai and other ASEAN and Middle East countries. The entry into force of RCEP is a great benefit for the export of Wuming Orah mandarins, and the export volume will increase significantly. It is expected that the company's export volume will reach more than 10 million kilograms next year.