Tradan Global Imports – Commodity – Sugar
Sugar Importation and exportation Xangai-上海 (Shangai) – China
Sugar Importation and exportation in Shanghai. Tradan Global Company works directly with local producers in to offer the best quality sugar from several refineries and at the best price in the whole market. We act at all stages of the import and export process making your purchase of sugar in Shanghai more profitable and less bureaucratic.
What we do – sugar export industry Shangai
The Tradan Global Company works hard to be the a huge reference in Shanghai in the suggar exportation and importation business. We have trade representative in all world and a special trade and tax conditions to Shangai.
Access to the best suppliers
We have access to the best input producers in all Shanghai. We work in direct connection with major industries and the most modern ports around the world.
Documentation is always a vital part of sugar imports and exports. Our specialists will facilitate all the paperwork and bureaucratic part.
Shangai Sugar Market
The quality of our Shanghai sugar is known worldwide. With top quality and extreme abundance the sugar industry in this country is an international pole.
ICUMSA 45 sugar and others
The variety of sugar-related inputs in Shanghai is huge. Tradan Global Company is a pioneer and has been working directly with local producers for years.
Protected and regulated transaction
The import and export of sugar requires specific tax documentation from a financial institution and the government. Our company makes the whole process easier for you.
Global reference in exports
The focus on imports and exports in Shanghai does not come overnight. It is many years of relationships cultivated to reach the top.
Generating New Ideas. Solving Big Problems
To operate in the sugar market, which is one of the most competitive and relevant in the world, requires years of expertise. Leave it to Tradan Global Company’s export specialists.
Sugar news Shanghai
China imposes a tariff of 15 per cent on shipments within its annual quota of 1.95 million tonnes. But the safeguard measure, which lapsed on May 22, meant imports above this annual quota were initially taxed at 95 per cent, reduced by 5 per cent each year over the course of the three-year term.
Now, with the term lapsed, import volumes above China’s annual quota will now be taxed at 50 per cent, instead of the 85 per cent tariff applied before May 22 – a move which has been decried by domestic producers.
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China is the world’s third largest sugar producer, but also among the largest consumers and importers, according to statistics from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation and the International Sugar Organisation. But China’s sugar industry has struggled to meet domestic demand, a fact which has underscored the need to import more.
China’s sugar production was expected to hit 10.4 million tonnes in the year to September but consumption has been forecast at 15.3 million tonnes, according to Chinese Agriculture Outlook Committee forecasts in May. The shortfall of 4.9 million tonnes will exceed the gap of 4.4 million tonnes in the same period last year.
In 2019, China imported 3.39 million tonnes of sugar, up 21.3 per cent from the year before, according to Chinese customs data.