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特色:哈萨克斯坦骆驼奶粉在新冠肺炎疫情爆发的情况下进入中国市场

2020-6-28 13:20

 

努尔-苏丹,6月27日(新华社)——这是最迷人的季节在哈萨克斯坦的大草原上,成群的牛、羊、马和骑在马背上的牧羊人在清澈的蓝天下漫步。


在距离哈萨克斯坦中部卡拉干达地区的詹格里村7公里的地方,一家生产骆驼和母马奶粉的奶厂正在全力生产。


“最近我们的骆驼奶粉成功进入了中国市场,尽管有大流行,马奶粉也有望效仿。”工厂经理Bayan Elshin说。


每天早上,埃尔辛都穿着他深绿色的夹克和马靴,检查骆驼和马棚,检查从德国进口的设备,指导工人遵守安全规则。有时他会开车到附近的山上,在牧场上看2000多匹马。


“我们的工厂坐落在一个无人居住的地区,200多只骆驼和2500匹马在附近35,000公顷的草地上吃草。骆驼奶和马奶是哈萨克人民的财富,我们很高兴我们的产品在中国市场得到认可,”Elshin说。


乳品厂由哈萨克斯坦欧亚投资有限公司组建,2014年投产,年产骆驼奶粉60吨,马奶60吨。


欧亚投资公司副总经理凯詹梅兰别科夫告诉新华社,去年该公司在中哈霍尔果斯国际边境合作中心开设了一家骆驼奶粉店,年销售额达6亿坚戈(约150万美元)。


”成功让我们感觉中国市场的巨大潜力,加强了我们的决心深入中国市场,“Meirambekov说,并补充说,由于冠状病毒流行,哈方,推进霍尔果斯合作中心已经关闭自今年1月以来,严重影响工厂的销售目标。


1月29日,中国海关总署发布公告,允许哈萨克斯坦骆驼乳制品进入中国市场。欧亚投资集团等3家哈萨克斯坦骆驼乳制品企业是首批获得出口许可证的企业。


经过数月的艰苦努力,6月12日,7000罐重达3.5吨的骆驼奶粉运抵中国西北部甘肃省省会兰州新区综合保税区,开始网上销售。过去两周,共售出138罐奶粉。


Meirambekov说,由于地处偏远,奶粉生产没有受到疫情影响。但是,由于紧急状态期间的边境限制和检疫措施,第一批产品的出口已从2月推迟到6月。


据中国进口商介绍,由于疫情的影响,进口程序需要几个月的时间,遇到了很多困难。员工必须切换到在线模式与哈方通信,组成物流计划与哈萨克斯坦进出口协会咨询后,制造商的出口代理,Kang Kewei说,兰州新区商业投资集团的经理综合保税区国际贸易有限公司有限公司


此前,哈萨克斯坦的骆驼奶粉仅通过边境贸易或海外采购进入中国市场。现在进口奶粉存放在保税仓库。在客户下订单后,产品将会通关并送到家门口。”


康说,兰州的消费者可以在下单后24小时内享用骆驼奶粉,而其他地区的消费者则可以在几天内收到产品。


据中国海关统计,2019年中国进口奶粉136万吨,总值83亿美元,同比增长20.8%,进口额增长15.5%。


2020年前4个月,中国奶粉进口持续增长,达到31亿美元,同比增长5.5%。


康认为,随着中国乳制品消费越来越多元化,哈萨克斯坦骆驼奶粉可以为中国消费者提供更多选择。


“对于哈萨克斯坦的乳制品行业来说,中国市场提供了巨大的机会。中国消费者逐渐了解骆驼奶粉,市场规模不断扩大。我们还没有拿到马奶粉出口到中国大陆的许可证。但是公司已经在中国市场积极推广马奶粉。

 

“这个月底,我们将再向中国运送三吨骆驼奶粉。我们目前正在阿拉木图新建奶粉厂,购买新设备,扩大产能。我们计划将骆驼奶粉的年产量从60吨提高到200-300吨。”

 

NUR-SULTAN, June 27 (Xinhua) -- It's the most enchanting season on Kazakhstan's steppes where flocks of cattle, sheep, horses as well as shepherds on horseback wander under the clear blue sky.

Seven kilometers away from the village of Zhansary in central Kazakhstan's Karaganda Region, a dairy factory which produces camel and mare milk powder is in full swing of production.

"Recently our camel milk powder has successfully entered the Chinese market despite the pandemic, and horse milk powder is also expected to follow suit. Everyone in the factory gets motivated," said factory manager Bayan Elshin.

Every morning, Elshin, in his dark green jacket and riding boots, inspects the camel and horse sheds, checks the equipment imported from Germany and instructs workers on safety rules. Sometimes he drives to the nearby hills, watching over 2,000 horses in a pasture.

"Our factory is situated in an uninhabited area where more than 200 camels and 2,500 horses graze on the grassland of 35,000 hectares nearby. Camel milk and mare milk are treasures of the Kazakh people, we are glad that our products get recognition on the Chinese market," said Elshin.

The dairy factory was established by Kazakhstan's Eurasia Investment Co., Ltd. and was put into production in 2014, with an annual output of 60 tons of camel milk powder and 60 tons of mare milk powder.

Kairzhan Meirambekov, deputy general manager of Eurasia Investment, told Xinhua that last year the company opened a camel milk powder store at the China-Kazakhstan Horgos International Border Cooperation Center, with annual sales at 600 million tenge (about 1.5 million U.S. dollars).

"The success makes us feel the huge potential of the Chinese market and strengthens our determination to dive into the Chinese market," said Meirambekov, adding that, due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Kazakh side of the Horgos cooperation center has been closed since January, a big setback for the factory's sales goal.

On Jan. 29, China's General Administration of Customs issued an announcement allowing Kazakh camel dairy products to enter the Chinese market. Three Kazakh enterprises producing camel dairy products, including Eurasia Invest, are among the first batch of companies getting export licenses.

After months of arduous efforts, 7,000 cans of camel milk powder weighing 3.5 tons arrived at the comprehensive bonded area of the New District in Lanzhou, the capital city of northwestern China's Gansu Province, on June 12, and began online sales. Over the past two weeks, a total of 138 cans have been sold.

Meirambekov said that the milk powder production has not been affected by the pandemic because of its remote location. However, due to border restrictions and quarantine measures amid the state of emergency, the export of the first batch of products has been postponed from February to June.

According to Chinese importers, the import procedure takes months and is encountering many difficulties due to the pandemic. Staff had to switch to online mode to communicate with the Kazakh side and make up a logistics plan after consulting with the Kazakhstan Import and Export Association, the manufacturer's export agency, said Kang Kewei, manager of the Lanzhou New District Commercial Investment Group Comprehensive Bonded Zone International Trade Co., Ltd.

"Previously, Kazakhstan's camel milk powder entered the Chinese market only through border trade or overseas purchase. Now imported milk power is stored at a bonded warehouse. After customers place an order, products would clear customs and be delivered to doorsteps," said Kang.

Kang said consumers in Lanzhou can enjoy their camel milk powder within 24 hours after placing an order, while consumers from other regions can receive the products within a few days.

  According to the statistics of Chinese customs, China imported 1.36 million tons of milk powder valued at 8.3 billion dollars in 2019, jumping by 20.8 percent in volume and 15.5 percent in value over the previous year.

In the first four months of 2020, China's imports of milk powder continued to increase, reaching 3.1 billion dollars, up 5.5 percent year on year.

Kang believed that as China's dairy consumption becomes more and more diversified, camel milk powder from Kazakhstan can provide Chinese consumers with more choices.

"For the dairy industry of Kazakhstan, the Chinese market offers a huge opportunity. Chinese consumers are getting to know camel milk powder, and the market size is developing. We have not yet obtained an export license for horse milk powder to the Chinese mainland. But the company is already actively promoting horse milk powder on the Chinese market," Merambekov said.

"At the end of this month, we will ship another three tons of camel milk powder to China. We are currently building a new milk powder factory in Almaty and buying new equipment to expand production capacity. We plan to increase the annual output of camel milk powder from 60 to 200-300 tons," said Elshin.

 

原作者: Ren Jun, Wang Mingyu 来自: xinhua