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SUMEC secures 33,000 tons of agricultural imports from Kazakhstan

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In early April, the technical company of SUMEC, a member firm of Sinomach, successfully signed a new contract about the import of 33,000 tons of agricultural products from Kazakhstan. The deal included 25,000 tons of wheat, 4,000 tons of barley, and 4,000 tons of wheat flour, totaling 20 train shipments. It will further guarantee national food security and promote the high-quality development of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).


The technical company of SUMEC signed a new contract about the import of 33,000 tons of agricultural products from Kazakhstan. [Photo/SUMEC]

The newly signed products by the technical company are sourced from Kazakhstan, where the BRI was initiated. They will be transported via the China-Europe freight trains, entering China from Horgos and Alashankou, and heading their domestic destinations like Sichuan, Chongqing, Henan, Shandong, and Zhejiang provinces.

In recent years, the technical company has continuously bolstered its efforts to expand market presence in the BRI countries, actively established the supply chains of agricultural products, explored new business models such as bonded processing, and promoted the collaboration among upstream and downstream enterprises in the supply and industrial chains. The company has also done its utmost efforts to ensure stable and secure supplies of national grain and essential agricultural products, demonstrating the responsibility of centrally-administered enterprises with concrete actions.


The company has done its utmost efforts to ensure stable and secure supplies of national grain and essential agricultural products. [Photo/SUMEC]

To better meet the needs of end customers in the industry, the technical company has always adhered to the core value that customers come first, followed new development trends, engaged into new product categories, optimized and refined market and product structures, and built a stable and reliable resource supply matrix abroad. At present, the company has successfully developed various agricultural products, including corn, sorghum, barley, wheat, wheat flour, and peas. This year, it has inked contracts for over 50,000 tons of agricultural products under the BRI.