I have recently married a Chinese and now I have a lot of resource available to...

w8t4u
w8t4u

I have recently married a Chinese and now I have a lot of resource available to me though her family in China I would like to take advantage of if possible.

At the moment I am trying to brainstorm an idea using a near infinite amount of cooling warehouse space they have in Guangzhou China.

They currently store vegetables, meats and wines.

I am in Australia so I am limited to sending things from Australia to China which then they can be sold and distributed.

Currently the following are no go's
Vegetables
Saturated market and nobody wants Australian veggies/ They can grown there own in China.
Meats
Black market meat companies already own this market. They already forge certificates ect..
Chemicals
Nothing in Australia they can't get cheaper in China

So what the hell is there left? What else can I send from Australia to their cooling warehouse?

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http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/92/9/14-020914/en/
askme
askme

@w8t4u
sending things from Australia to China

doing it wrong also fucking race traitor

iluvmen
iluvmen

@w8t4u
Dairy you nonce

idontknow
idontknow

@askme
We are both hapas

They also own factorises producing a wide range of things but nothing I would have the experience to use or sell.

All would cost a lot of start up and most are in areas which as quite saturated.

The warehouse seems to be the best thing I could take advantage of while in my current position.

I debated seafood but even fucking seafood has a black market with forged certificates.

likme
likme

@iluvmen
Not sure why I did not think of this.

First problem that comes to mind is the short shelf life which is what? About 7 days?

By the time it gets to China the stuff would either spoil or be on the verg of spoiling

kizzmybutt
kizzmybutt

@idontknow
have you asked them what they could move, ya fuckin chink?

Poker_Star
Poker_Star

@w8t4u
just manage the warehouse from australia and take profits. why would u send shit from here to there when u can outsource chinks to do it for you. you won tatslotto and havent even redeemed ur receipt yet.

Playboyize
Playboyize

@kizzmybutt
The cooling warehouse related business is quite slow at the moment and not their focus.

They have pretty much don't bother with meats, veggies, wines or chemicals.

They are open to idea that I can think of but again, their focus is elsewhere.

If there is something in Australia they they have overlooked or not considered I have their family members willing to try and move it.

Techpill
Techpill

@Poker_Star
just manage the warehouse from Australia and take profits

Wut?

They already manage the place without me.

They have no use for me. I am just welcome to use their space for free which they have acres and acres of to create more business for myself.

TreeEater
TreeEater

@w8t4u
Only thing Chinese want are raw mats,and luxury items

Skullbone
Skullbone

@w8t4u
They have free electricity in some places. Get a warehouse and mine btc.

Emberfire
Emberfire

@TreeEater
Pretty much. But Australia does seem to do well sending our produce over there somehow.

@Skullbone
Not into le bit coin memes.

RavySnake
RavySnake

pharmaceuticals such as vaccines need to be stored between 3 and 8 degrees C

I can send you certified standard operating procedures for pharmaceuticals trading, transport and storage for US$20,000 this will allow you to gain a pharmaceutical trading license and a business worth millions

just drop me an email address.

LuckyDusty
LuckyDusty

@askme
Send baby powder, that paw paw cream, weetbix and all the other shit that they snuggle back there and sell for hundreds above retail here.

VisualMaster
VisualMaster

@Playboyize
Not baby powder, I meant formula.
There are a few big dairy producers now mass producing the main component to make the formula. It is prob expensive to make but seeing as that the Chinese are paying like $90 for formula from here then hey. check Warrnambool cheese and butter and other big dairy producers. I forget what the process is called to make the stuff

eGremlin
eGremlin

@LuckyDusty
baby powder
I actually did infact do this.

Unfortunately though the major companies are well aware of the profits to be made there and have pretty much crushed this.
I also sold a lot of the Swisse supplements as well.

Paw paw cream and weetbix is no money to be made there.

@RavySnake
To bring to China and sell?
I have no clue where to even source the dam products user.

Getting rid of them while in China though would require some pretty dodgy connections though hospitals which might actually be possible to get.

I don't know enough about pharmaceuticals in Australia and China to be honest.

I have been to many hospitals in China and know that the more $$ you have the better treatment you get. Literally have to buy a bed and a doctor.

BinaryMan
BinaryMan

@VisualMaster
cheese and butter
This I just spoke to my wife about.

Pretty much told me that Chinese don't give a fuck about cheese and butter.

I tend to agree. I don't think I even saw a single piece of cheese in the store or on a plate of a food every time I have been to China.

AwesomeTucker
AwesomeTucker

@w8t4u
Wine and Liquor. But only if you make me an associate! :D Sydney CBD here mate

JunkTop
JunkTop

@AwesomeTucker
Wine is possible but the majority of wines sold in China are French 45%ish. Though Australia is 2nd but there with a 15% share.

Debated other liquor but there's nothing I could really get myself into selling over there. Majority of liquor I consume in China is shit like Maotai or other chinese crap.

CBD here mate
I am 5 mins drive to central or 10 mins on the light rail. I'l come bash ya.

CodeBuns
CodeBuns

@JunkTop
i live at lumiere mate - town hall.

GoogleCat
GoogleCat

@eGremlin
basically you would find out what pharma products are needed in china such as antibiotics, epi pens, vaccines, botox, viagra, cancer drugs. then buy excess stock from pharmacies wholesalers in eastern europe where they are sold very cheap by pfizer and other big pharma companies, then store them in your warehouse and shot them on to pharmacies and hospitals in china.

it's called parallel trading. it's a real thing.

but you will need a license, which means you have to have bonafide SOP's which I can provide.

Ignoramus
Ignoramus

@GoogleCat
Quick google searching.

http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/92/9/14-020914/en/

From what I have read though my 30 seconds on google is that China already produced the majority of the vaccines and antibiotics they require. I believe I read 85-90%.

Stupidasole
Stupidasole

wine

there is still room in the segment. it'll take a lot of work on the ground though. really have to market it and attend events, esp if you private label. wouldn't do it unless you're passionate about wine.

whereismyname
whereismyname

@eGremlin
where to source the damn product

I can provide you with a list of chzech, romanian, and slovakian pharmacy wholesalers which sell the cheapest branded pharma products in the whole world.

$20,000 for the list
and $20,000 for the SOP's

Illusionz
Illusionz

@Ignoramus
they still cannot produce branded pharma products and almost all advanced cancer drugs are imported.

Spazyfool
Spazyfool

@whereismyname
@Illusionz
What is your background?
And provide me and email.

Who knows, Maybe in a year this might be something I attempt.

Fried_Sushi
Fried_Sushi

@Spazyfool
my friend trades in this way between eastern europe and the UK/germany.

if you need to find me in a year and you're serious post on Veeky Forums i'm here every day posting about cryptos

Boy_vs_Girl
Boy_vs_Girl

@w8t4u
Cooling warehouse
China

Mine Bitcoin ?

Garbage Can Lid
Garbage Can Lid

@CodeBuns
ust more random bloat in my brains hdd

Anonymous (ID: s8YFvJAB) 09/07/16(Wed)19:57:49 No.1488270
i live in bankstown lol

askme
askme

@w8t4u
So how did importing concrete columns go? Did you end up going to the fair? I remember one of your other threads from a year ago and half a year ago.

Need_TLC
Need_TLC

@askme
Hi man. Yep thats me.

I am going to be at the 2017 Sydney Build Expo with the Chinese company.

I did some search myself speaking to companies here in Australia and most of them seem to have affiliations with very large companies (Like $1billion USD big).

Formwork is quite difficult to sell. So right now I am keeping a partnership with them and their other companies.

They also have a large flooring factory in China which I did some research into starting up a distributor warehouse in Australia. I took a trip to Canada, China and the US to visit their already up and running stores for advice and to see their business models ect..

But right now I decided to not attempt that due to my inexperience and the high start up costs.

Right now I am working as an estimator for a decent construction company while I get more contacts.

I feel in another year or two I should have enough connections to start something myself with a decent investment.

Right now I am learning towards a "factory direct" small business which I will be making in my spare time on the weekends and after work.

Basically selling construction products which I have sourced myself and personally have a partnership with. Though all online.

It's more of a stab in teh dark hoping it picks up. I would market as "Bla bla bla, I can sell it so cheap due to my low overheads! More savings for you!".

Order direct from factory, to the port and they can either clear it them self or I would organise a logistics team to send to their store or construction site.

I recently sold $20k worth of decking to someone in Silverwater. The product is Tritwood.A very good product. I got a 25% cut which was alright.

Anyways, I have a lot of options and I am trying to learn as much as I can. I know in the future something will open up for me. I am onlt 25 so I hope something happens by the time I am 30.

w8t4u
w8t4u

@Need_TLC
Hey man can you drop me a msg on evgtest07 at gmail com? Would really like to chat a bit more about what kind of stuff can be ordered from your relatives factories (in small quantities)...

Techpill
Techpill

don't do business with chinese, did you ever read the story of the guy who learned mandarin on here.

takes2long
takes2long

@w8t4u
Nothing in small quantities unfortunately.
Well.. depending on how you define small.

Minimum would be a sale of enough products to fill a container of the size in my picture. The picture I posted was $20,000 worth of decking.

You would be looking to spend at least $20,00 AUD for a minimum sale.
@Techpill
I have been to China plenty of times and have done business with them already now.

They are not as bad as you read on here. Most companies over there will infact do anything to establish sales overseas especially if they are mainly domestic.

The guy I have on wechat helping me with the sale I did bent over backwards to make sure everything was correct.

The same with anything else I have done there.

The cunts who try and rip you off and don't do business seriously are small companies who will eventually fall apart. They are easy to spot.

Ignoramus
Ignoramus

@takes2long
$20,000 is not an insignificant amount and its a bit too much, especially right away. I know most of the factories based in China are ok with sending demo samples first, valued between $100-$500. I wanted to pick your brain on whats available through your relatives and also what distributors you know there and if they can get me some products I'm looking for... prices and amounts... etc...

Fried_Sushi
Fried_Sushi

@Emberfire
You are awfully stupid then. You idiots who bash cryptos act like people arent making thousands of dollars a day and cashing it into real money by the boatload.

That was the smartest suggestion in the thread btw.. If you have a cooling facility and electricity you can mine freely with the added effect of your gear not overheating to the same degree.

massdebater
massdebater

Doesn't Asia have high percentage of lactose intolerance? Dont know if dairy is the way to go

StrangeWizard
StrangeWizard

@Fried_Sushi
Assuming the electricity is free.

I can't imagine a place with acres of industrial cooling does.

Poker_Star
Poker_Star

@w8t4u
why does it sound so wrong to say "a chinese"?

"an american" or "a brit" (who says "a British"?) or "a german" sound fine

Methshot
Methshot

@Poker_Star

they aren't from chinese is the only thing that pops to mind

Fried_Sushi
Fried_Sushi

@Poker_Star
When it's during about non-whites it's racist. Your eyes are beginning to open to the Jewish lies

Harmless_Venom
Harmless_Venom

Start sending crypto-mining machines. Aussie hardware can last much more than Chink.

Evilember
Evilember

@AwesomeTucker
@w8t4u

German bro from a whine region here. Can talk to some people.
I guess the chinks love anything European

Stark_Naked
Stark_Naked

Vitamins and milk powder.
Could be an import ban on them though, since there's huge demand that isn't being met.
Also good quality chocolates.
Buy 100x $100 boxes of Haighs chocolates, sell them at $200 a pop
Chinks buy them because they're imported and expensive to use as bribes
Lods of emone

eGremlin
eGremlin

@Techpill
u dont need to send shit over there from australia i said, u can simply hire some fucking chink to buy and store all the shit u need and even better let ur parents in law manage it.

whereismyname
whereismyname

@Ignoramus
Well heres the main items they make decent profits on.
A flooring company turning over roughly $200m USD last year. From engineered, hardwood and laminated. Every single dam design, wood and pattern you can imagine.

A formwork company. Doing alright domestically. They lease all types of formwork required for construction projects as well as design their own. Most of their profits recently come from leasing steel clamps. Currently they spends something like $20 million USD on steel.When prices of steel go up they just smelt the clamps down and sell for a profit.
They have their hands in a very large wallpaper company, a carpet hook company, Japanese koi fish company (Somehow makes shitloads), they own 2 hotels and they do some small developments.

But if there is anything I really wanted to get a contact for they have it.

@massdebater
They love the milk.
@Evilember
They don't love the European. They love the Chinese.

As for wine it's all French wine they enjoy. They also have no brand loyal and know shit all about wine. I was over there and they mixed sprite with a $5000 bottle of some pretentious french shit. I was confused.

@Stark_Naked
Vitamins and milk powder.
Did that. Companies already doing this better then us small guys.
chocolates
Chocolate companies well ahead of you. Dove and Lint are huge already there.
@eGremlin
I still have no fucking clue what you are trying to say mate.

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