Beijing Culimer moves to new location
Seafood supplier Beijing Culimer Seafood Im-Exporting Co, Ltd. has moved to a new location. Due to the increase of business the company has decided to move closer to the biggest seafood market and distribution centre of Northern China. The company states the move will help to improve its efficiency by bringing demand and supply closer to each other. The new office is situated at Nansanhuan Xilu, Fengtai District in Beijing, reports www.megafishnet.com with reference to Culimer.
After being part of the Chinese seafood industry for more than four years Beijing Culimer Seafood Im-Exporting Co, Ltd. has decided to move closer to the biggest seafood market and distribution centre of Northern China. The new location is situated at Nansanhuan Xilu, Fengtai District in Beijing and offers Beijing Culimer the opportunity to improve its efficiency.
In four years Beijing Culimer has gained a reasonable market share in the Chinese seafood industry by offering high quality seafood products as king crab, tuna and shrimps. The increase of business has shown the importance of staying close to the cold store and seafood market. "The seafood market and distribution centre are very important for the seafood industry in Northern China", says Li Shuang, general manager of Beijing Culimer. "The location of the new office allows us to have easy access to our stocked products, to our daily transportation and to the seafood market where part of the business takes place." she adds.
Beijing Culimer is headquartered by Culimer B.V. in The Netherlands and together with the other Culimer offices part of Ibro Mar Holding B.V. The Culimer product range exists of more than 100 different products of more than 25 seafood species (e.g. tuna, king crab and shrimps), branded as Mimi, Toppy or any private label according to customers demand. The products are produced in accordance with food safety certification bodies as FDA, BRC, HACCP and GLOBALG.A.P. As one of the leading tuna suppliers Culimer also works in partnership with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) towards sustainable tuna.