Guangzhou BOYIJUN Trading Co.Ltd — sponsor of the conference "Ukrainian grain to the world!"
Guangzhou BOYIJUN Trading Co.Ltd, one of the most actively-developing export-and-import companies of China, became the sponsor of the first international conference "Ukrainian grain to the world!" (March 2-4, 2014, Hong Kong).
The company Guangzhou BOYIJUN Trading Co.Ltd, which was established in 2000 in Guangzhou, China, is one of the largest companies-importers of China, which mainly specializes in trading of commodities of the mining industry.
In order to expand new lines of business, on November 6, 2013, there was founded a new division - BOYIJUN RESOURCE (HK) LIMITED, which also specializes in trading with agricultural commodities. In particular, one of the promising directions of BOYIJUN RESOURCE (HK) LIMITED includes realization of import shipments of maize, barley and soybeans from Ukraine to China.
Nowadays the company already signed long-term contracts to rent wharfs with such ports of China, as Guangzhou, Xingang and Machong. As for the last one, on December 9, 2013, Ukraine sent to the first vessel with maize cargo towards the port.
BOYIJUN RESOURCE (HK) LIMITED plans to establish long-term business relations with Ukrainian partners, and in particular, in 2013/14 MY to import import 700000MT of maize and 100000 of barley and soybeans from Ukraine.
Here you can receive more detailed information about participation in the first international conference "Ukrainian grain to the world!”.
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