ДОБ. 123, 121

8 (3467) 388-400

Integration into the Dakaitaowa project: export to China



Dear businessmen!

The Foundation “Support Centre for Ugra Export” offers you to consider the possibility of entering the Chinese market without creating your own logistics and warehouse infrastructure and at the lowest cost for export and product promotion through integration into the Dakaitaowa project.

The Dakaitaowa project (in translation - “open the nested doll”) is an electronic platform that is designed for Chinese consumers and allows you to make purchases both online and in the order of pre-order. The platform is integrated into Chinese electronic customs ports, as well as into the programs of warehouse and transport infrastructure and payment systems.

According to information from official sources of the company, today Dakaitaowa delivers food products to more than 30 chains and 50 distributors, who in total control more than 20 thousand stores in the People's Republic of China, as well as through company stores on all leading electronic Chinese platforms. The goods supplied by the Dakaitaowa group are already sold in more than 1,400 stores in 21 provinces of the PRC.

The infrastructure created by Dakaitaowa includes offices with a staff in Moscow, Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu, as well as warehouses in Moscow, Shanghai and Hangzhou. Development plans provide for further expansion into the Chinese market with an emphasis on the development of electronic sales channels as the most promising in terms of manufacturability.

Exported products must be produced in a sealed, high-quality individual packaging, have an international bar code. Shelf life should not be less than 10-12 months. It should be taken into account that some commodity groups are prohibited for import into China from the Russian Federation, in particular, meat and dairy products. For goods intended for free circulation in the People's Republic of China (wholesale and retail trade) in the People's Republic of China there are strict GOST standards, according to which some of the ingredients in Russian products are prohibited. The inscriptions on the packaging of goods are also regulated. In particular, it is unacceptable to post information that is of a marketing nature and can mislead the consumer, for example, “good for health”, “contains many vitamins”, “natural product”, etc.

If you are interested in this offer, please contact the Foundation staff by phone +7 (3467) 388-402 or by e-mail: mii@export-ugra.ru

Back to the list