No. 88-89 Fuxin Road, Daxin Town, Jimo, Qingdao, Shandong
The first term is designed for the management of imported high-quality fresh fruit and vegetables. It is farm and sideline products
trading center composed by wholesale-retail market, deep processing, modern warehouse & logistics, exhibition and E-commerce.
The most influential agricultural and sideline products trading base in North China
Small fruit business, Jimo is the first in Jiangbei
Merchants in the trading center are sorting and packaging the fruits imported from the country of origin.
Qilu Evening News reporter Song Zufeng
It is expected that at the end of July, the Qingdao Dongfang Dingxin Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center in Jimo Daxin Town will open a special train for Xinjiang fruit trains. The Xinjiang fruit will be transported to Jimo by rail for 3 days, and the average freight rate per container will drop by about 3,000 yuan. It is understood that in addition to covering the Qingyanwei and the province, including the Lianyungang, Dalian and other provinces, the trading center has become a fruit trading hub in the Jiangbei region. In 2016, the annual transaction volume reached 11.6 billion yuan, of which the Qingdao market accounted for the entire About half of the transaction volume, last year, the island city people ate about 800,000 tons of fruit.
Will take the special column to the green
A few days ago, in the trading area of Qingdao Dongfang Dingxin International Agricultural and Side Products Trading Center in Daxin Town, Jimo City, several wholesalers were surrounding the wholesale of Xinjiang Xiang Pear in front of the booth of Haiyang trader Sun Abin. “These pears are all from Xinjiang, and the taste is pure and the sales volume is very good. It is very popular among customers.” Sun Abin, who is engaged in Xinjiang fruit trade all the year round, said that although the Xinjiang fruit market is getting more and more recognized, the transportation method is single, and he sells the fragrance. Pears are transported by land. They are shipped from the Korla region of Xinjiang to the trading center for sale in about 3 days. The average freight cost per container is about 20,000 yuan.
“At present, Xinjiang fruit in the trading center is transported by land, which is slightly higher than the freight rate of railway transportation.” Yuan Ming, marketing manager of Qingdao Dongfang Dingxin International Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center, said that last year, the trading center sold about 50,000 tons of Xinjiang fruit. . In order to make the fruits produced in Xinjiang more convenient to transport to the trading center, they are currently actively connecting with relevant departments. It is expected that the Xinjiang Fruit Transportation Railway will be opened at the end of July. At that time, there will be more than 10 kinds of Xinjiang fruit “ride” trains to Qingdao. . Yuan Ming introduced that through the railway transportation, Xinjiang fruit is picked from the original place and put into the cold storage, then transported to the railway station, transported by train to Jimo Nanquanchang Station, which is 7 kilometers away from the trading center, and then transported to the trading center by truck. The entire transportation process is cold chain transportation. It takes only about 3 days, and the average freight rate per container container drops by about 3,000 yuan.
Jimo is the largest in the north
Imported fruit distribution center
According to reports, at present, there are more than 300 types of fruits traded in the Qingdao Dingxin International Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center. In addition to domestic fruits, there are imported fruits from more than 100 countries around the world. “Now the sales of imported fruits have doubled, and the money has earned more than before.” For Ge Weixin, the general manager of Qingdao Branch of Yantai Chengguo Agricultural Development Co., Ltd., which is engaged in the wholesale of fruit trade for more than 20 years, this is their company’s presence in Qingdao Dongfang Dingxin. The International Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center has been his biggest feeling for three years.
For companies engaged in the wholesale trading of imported fruits, the freight and transportation aging are particularly important. At the end of 2014, Qingdao Dongfang Dingxin International Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center officially launched the “Three Ones” on-site customs clearance mode for the entry of fruit inspection and cooperation, and one customs clearance and quarantine at the same time. “In the past, our company imported fruits from Guangdong and then shipped them from Guangdong to Yantai by land.” Ge Weixin said, but after entering the Qingdao Dingxin International Agricultural and Sideline Products Trading Center, the imported fruits were directly transported from Qingdao Port to the transaction. The center can be opened for inspection in one day, and it takes only one working day to complete the customs clearance. Each container not only saves about 2,000 yuan of land transportation costs, but also saves speed and saves about 3 days.
“Since the one-stop customs clearance mode has been opened, the volume of imported fruit clearing containers in the trading center has been increasing every year.” Yuan Ming said that the trading volume of imported fruit in the trading center increased by about 30% every year. In 2016, they traded in the trading center. The number of fruit clearance containers has reached more than 2,000, from Thailand, Vietnam, New Zealand, Japan, Australia and other countries, involving dragon fruit, durian, longan, mangosteen and other fine fruit. After the import of fruit is cleared, it will be transported to Qingdao, Yantai, Weihai and Liaoning provinces through convenient roads. In 2016, the trading volume of imported fruit in the trading center reached more than 600,000 tons, and it has developed into the largest import fruit distribution center in the north.
Island city people last year
Eat 800,000 tons of fruit
Yuan Ming introduced that in 2016, the trading center completed the trading volume of 1.65 million tons and the annual transaction volume was 11.6 billion yuan. In addition to covering Qingyanwei and various parts of the province, it also included Lianyungang, Xuzhou, Dalian, Dandong and Anshan. Outside the region, it has become the largest fruit trading hub in Jiangbei.
As of May this year, the trading center completed a transaction volume of 715,000 tons, and the transaction volume reached 5.1 billion yuan, up 30% over the same period in 2016. “About half of the trading center's fruit is sold to all major wholesale farmers' markets in Qingdao.” Yuan Ming said that according to their market statistics, in 2016, about 800,000 tons of fruit in the trading center were digested by Qingdao's major farmers' markets. The biggest benefit of the increase in market trading volume is that the price of fruit is falling.
"In the case of imported durian, this year, the highest peak of durian trading is trading 700 tons of durian a day. The wholesale price is about 13 yuan per catty, which is about 5 yuan per catty last year." Yuan Ming said that the durian trading volume in the market this year is the same as that of the same period last year. It rose by 80%, but the price dropped by about 40% compared with the same period of last year. Based on the data of last year, the transaction price of domestically produced fruits decreased by about 10% from the previous year, and the transaction price of imported fruits decreased by about 15%.