The Singapore company, which makes delicious traditional Asian desserts, is looking for European partners to help them distribute their products through a distribution service agreement.
The Singapore company, which was founded in 1974, began by making a famous jelly-like Singaporean dessert using traditional herbs and roots for a small group of loyal consumers. Gradually as demand arises, the company purchases a top sealing machine capable of packing 1600 jelly products per hour to add into their production line. Due to their strong reputation for excellence and high-quality goods, another top sealing machine was added to their manufacturing line in 1982. As a result, their packaging capacity has increased to 3000 jelly items each hour. To emphasise product quality and customer service, even more, the Singapore company began to spend substantially in research and development with the Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research (SISIR) in 1988, with the goal of improving product shelf life. Today, the company manufactures and distributes ready-to-eat products that include more than 6 varieties of grass jelly and Asian desserts, as well as 4 distinct types of drinks. Ice jelly, chestnut-green bean cake, no sugar added grass jelly, regular grass jelly, premium produced grass jelly with ginseng, lingzhi, nata de coco, and traditionally manufactured grass jelly with sugar syrup are among the Asian desserts available. Herbal tea, sour plum drink, ru yi lan, and Singapore traditional coffee blend drink are among the beverage products available. The partnership's goal is for the European partner to distribute the Singapore company's grass jelly and Asian desserts in major European cities. The partnership can be achieved through a distribution services agreement.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
The Singapore-based company is looking for a European partner who is already distributing Asian food and beverages in Europe.To assist them distribute their products, the partner must be well connected to hypermarkets, supermarkets, and Asian dessert stores in European cities. The distribution service agreement can be used to form the partnership.