TORONTO, June 28, 2016 /CNW/ -- To stimulate trade between China and Canada, Global OConnect launched an overseas exhibition warehouse in Canada on June 28th, which is located at 342 Wildcat Street, Toronto. This is the first strategic step for Global OConnect to enter North American market.
As the leading cross-border e-commerce service provider, Global OConnect is a member of OSELL Group, a corporation based in Hong Kong. Joining with OSELL APP, OConnect aims to link global retailers with Chinese suppliers. Taking the opportunity, OConnect is leading a revolution of trade with China by combing OSELL APP and globally located warehouses.
OConnect has launched overseas warehouses successfully in Russia, UAE, Vietnam and Poland. Last month, OSELL Group acquired French company Comex as part of its European strategy. The launch of overseas warehouses indicate OConnect's forward-looking vision and strategy which is a concept that is supported in China.
OConnect also provides traders with a series of additional services, including third-party logistics services and payment collection services to ensure transaction security. With the aid of OConnect's integrated solution, suppliers and retailers' transaction are guaranteed.
The launch of the new exhibition warehouse in Canada reflected OConnect's commitment to the North America markets. Kevin Fenn, founder and Board Chairman of OConnect described how "OConnect established a bridge between Chinese suppliers and global retailers. It provides retailers not only an opportunity to access high quality Chinese products, but also a channel to understand the new commercial perceptions of China." Providing high quality products will re-build overseas consumers' impression on products manufactured in China. He also declared that OConnect will also import high quality products from overseas countries to Chinese consumers as its future strategy.
Products including housewares, toys and construction materials are in huge demand in the Canadian market. OConnect's appearance in Canada will no doubt promote trade cooperation and facilitate economic development.
With the recovery of global economy, cross-border trade is a vital aspect to improve the economies of both countries. With a growing number of business opportunities and trade between China and Canada there will be continued development.
SOURCE Global OConnect
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