Navigate efficiently with our China market consulting and advisory
Whether it’s clearing customs, resolving supply chain issues, or launching your products in the China market, we’re here to help you at every step
Are you struggling to get certified to start trading in the China market? Maybe having ongoing problems with Border Clearance? Or suffering challenges with product quality due to poor Supply Chain transparency or integrity?
We provide expert consultation on the relevant China food import legislation and any other border clearance requirements including technical and other trade barriers.
WHY CHOOSE US FOR ADVISORY AND ISSUE RESOLUTION?
Our knowledge of the China food import market is unparalleled.
We pioneered the first commercial import of fresh milk into China in 2014.
We are now the largest global exporter of fresh milk to China.
We are a China CFNA Executive Board Member. As a member of this committee, we have direct access and input into China food import policy discussions and directives.
We have authored several DAWE sponsored publications on China food export regulatory compliance requirements.
We are one of only three companies globally that is approved for the Shanghai GACC fresh milk import reform pilot which commenced on Feb 2021.
CHINA EXPORT CERTIFICATION ASSISTANCE
If you want to start exporting to China, your products will be required to meet a number of Chinese regulatory requirements. For this, you will have to ensure your production facilities are registered with China Customs and your products are compliant with the relevant China National Food Safety Standards (GB Standards).
As a leading authority on China food import regulations we can help you understand and navigate the regulatory minefield to secure China market access for your products.
Are you facing any of these challenges?
Lodging an application with GACC to achieve China Export Registration
Confirming product ingredients or label compliance
Experiencing shipment rejections at the border
Extended clearance delays
Product quality issues and stock write offs
EXPORT AND SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUE RESOLUTION
No matter what challenge you’re facing, our China market advisory and consulting services can support you to resolve them.
While there are many different issues that can be experienced, some of the more common ones we see our clients face include:
COMPLYING WITH CHINA FOOD HEALTH & SAFETY REGULATIONS
Premium, fresh imported foods can be subject to ‘traceability gaps’, where supply chain data is not maintained across providers.
This can cause various risks, including adverse transport conditions, counterfeiting, tampering, product safety, lack of compliance and loss of accountability.
RESOLVING EXPORT LOGISTICS ISSUES
If you face problems with order handling, inventory management, stock visibility, distribution, packaging, or storage handling, PGS can help you in resolving these. Our team of experts is always ready to assist you.
OUR CHINA IMPORT AND EXPORT ADVISORY AND CONSULTING SERVICES
ACCESS THE CHINA MARKET WITH THE RIGHT STRATEGY AND ADVISORY
Discover the key requirements for exporting fresh foods to China, including developing an appropriate China market strategy and assessing the different options for accessing the China market.
Watch our webinar presented for Australian Food & Grocery Council (AFGC) by Austrade through funding provided by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.’
Do I need an import license to sell my products in China?
Every food producer seeking to export foods to China must now be registered with China Customs (GACC).
For certain ‘high risk’ foods this registration must be submitted on your behalf by the relevant government body. For the other approved food categories, the producer or its nominated agent must submit an application online via the GACC website.
Peloris provides this service to food producers.
Can I get through Customs without the help of any company?
Food can only be imported by a Chinese registered import company and Customs Broker.
In recognizing this can often be a major weak point in the in the food export supply chain (e.g. compliance, lead times, visibility), Peloris has established a China subsidiary company to manage this on behalf of our clients.
I’ve got an urgent problem – what do I do?
Call us! The sooner the better, as the longer the situation remains unresolved the worse it usually gets until it becomes irreversible.