Peloris is delighted to announce that Alex Wang, Director of Peloris, will be speaking at the upcoming event ‘China Freight Update’ on Tuesday 7 June 2022 at 12pm AEST.

We are delighted to partner with Australia China Business Council Victoria, Global Victoria and AustCham South China for this important freight update.

About this event

The disruptive impact of COVID-19 sent shock waves across all businesses and sectors around the world resulting in severe port congestion, supply chain delays, shipping container shortages and skyrocketing freight prices. The complexities of getting your goods to China have never been greater.

To provide a comprehensive industry briefing on current freighting conditions in China, ACBC Victoria partners with Global Victoria and AustCham South China to bring you insights and analysis from industry leaders dealing with the complexities of ports, logistics and regulations daily.

This session will provide Australian businesses insight into navigating out of global freight gridlock while maintaining their existing export trade with China. Speakers will look ahead to the future and grapple with how the freight industry will move forward from here.

The event will cover:

  • What is the current state of play for air, cargo and sea freight?
  • What is having the greatest impact on times and costs?
  • Most up-to-date status on Chinese ports.
  • Pricing forecasts for the next quarter.
  • Customs clearance issues.
  • Logistics into Southern China including the Greater Bay Area.
  • China’s COVID-zero strategy and impact on ports.

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022

Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm AEST

Platform: Zoom Briefing

ACBC Members: FREE

AustCham South China Members: FREE

General Admission: $35 (+GST+BF)

Register now to attend

The Food and Beverage Labelling Guide for Exports to China (Guide), published by the Australian Food & Grocery Council (AFGC) in collaboration with Peloris, serves as a tool for Australian food and beverage exporters to help understand and navigate the requirements for securing China label and regulatory compliance for their goods.

As this guide illustrates, China’s food labelling laws have been designed to protect the health and wellbeing of consumers by ensuring clear and unambiguous food labelling content, messaging and formatting. Through a greater understanding of the principles underlying these regulations, exporters will be better equipped to meet China’s label requirements.

Download your copy of the AFGC Food and Beverage Labelling Guide for Exports to China.

Many exporters find themselves overwhelmed by the complexity of China’s food import regulations.

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has teamed with Peloris, with support from the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, and published a guide that provides a wealth of information on key elements required to successfully export food, beverages and groceries to China.

The China Marketing Industry Guide includes:

  • China Food Safety Law and e-Commerce Law
  • Relevant China regulatory bodies, including key roles and responsibilities
  • General Administration of Customs of China food import management systems, controls and sanctions
  • Various models used to facilitate import pathway

Download your copy of the China Market Industry Guide today!

Additional reference links:

Many exporters find themselves overwhelmed by the complexity of China’s food import regulations and bureaucracy. Coupled with the geographical, cultural and language barriers, it can appear there is no rhyme or reason to many of the rules imposed on China food imports.

The Australian Food & Grocery Council (AFGC) Industry Guide and accompanying Case Study is intended to provide the reader with a general understanding of what is required to secure sustainable China market access for food exports.

Download your copy of the AFGC China Market Access Industry Guide