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Aiswl obtained Series B financing for seafood import

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One of China’s leading seafood import platforms set to grow even bigger

(Various sources: Newseed, 6 January 2020)

Translated article

Established in October 2015, Aiswl claims to be the world’s leading B2B cross border food service platform. It directly imports seafood from more than 40 countries in the world, covering over 100 seafood brands. It has business transactions at the annual value of 2.1 billion RMB, with over 300 overseas live and fresh food suppliers and 1,000 domestic live and fresh food traders. It oversees suppliers from Australia, New Zealand, South America, North Europe and Spain. The market share of certain food products account for 50% in the east China market.

The food traded by Aiswl include finfish, crustaceans, molluscs, beef, pork, lamb and chicken, in many formats including live, fresh and frozen. The company ensures that live product gets cleared by customs within four hours, and frozen food within 48 hours. Aiswl runs new retail, storage and supply chains. It cooperates with domestic supermarkets owned by Hema, Yonghui, Missfresh, Sfbest (under S.F. Express), Ella Supermarket, City’ Super, Fresh Mart and Fresh Super.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1581380915080{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

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