Business 4.8.2016 01:46 pm

Seminars cover importing goods from China

Photo: Supplied

Photo: Supplied

Topics to be covered include the basics of getting started, general guidelines, tax implications, import duties and even choosing the right partners.

As well as shopping for suppliers, would-be importers will have the chance to learn everything they need to know about bringing products in from China at two exhibitions taking place at Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre from August 31 to September 2.

Seminars by logistics experts Röhlig-Grindrod at China Homelife Fair and China Machinex will dig into important aspects of the process of importing goods from China.

Topics to be covered include the basics of getting started, general guidelines, tax implications, import duties and even choosing the right partners.

Röhlig-Grindrod is a Level 2 BBBEE compliant airfreight, seafreight and project logistics service provider that operates internationally.

Binu Pillai, chief operating officer of the exhibitions’ organiser Meorient International, said the intention of the seminar programme was to appeal to a broad spectrum of importing professionals “to ensure that everyone attending the shows could find something of value”.

“The niche programme will offer our visitors the best insight into the industry and focus on the exciting future prospects for this emerging region,” he said.

More info at www.chinahomelife.co.za
– African News Agency (ANA)

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