Cav Banana, et al

We export all-in pack

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You can email me directly at sembawangtrading.co@gmail.com

We also offer Banana Chips, Coconurt  Sugar, Banana Chips, Pineapples, etc.

Size does matter in Cavendish Bananas

 

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Davao Philippines’Cavendish Bananas is known deliciously sweet.

  • Philippine is now the 2nd Largest Exporter of Bananas in the world.
  • The majority of these shipments are destined for the growing regional markets of China, the Middle East and, to a lesser extent, Russia to satisfy their demand for fresh produce
  • Exports of Philippine bananas for the last quarter of this year are expected to rise following China’s lifting of restrictions on Philippine exports early this month.
  • Below are the 15 countries that accounted for the highest dollar value worth of bananas exported from the Philippines during 2015:
  1. Japan: US$176.9 million (40.2% of total bananas imports)
  2. China: $109.2 million (24.8%)
  3. South Korea: $51.6 million (11.7%)
  4. Iran: $33.8 million (7.7%)
  5. United Arab Emirates: $19.2 million (4.4%)
  6. Saudi Arabia: $12.9 million (2.9%)
  7. Kuwait: $8.7 million (2%)
  8. New Zealand: $6.5 million (1.5%)
  9. Hong Kong: $5.2 million (1.2%)
  10. Singapore: $5.1 million (1.2%)
  11. Malaysia: $2.3 million (0.5%)
  12. Taiwan: $2.1 million (0.5%)
  13. North Korea: $1.7 million (0.4%)
  14. Bahrain: $1.1 million (0.2%)
  15. Qatar: $912,000 (0.2%)
  • Among the above countries, the fastest-growing consumers of Philippine bananas exports since 2011 were: Bahrain (up 822.2% in value), Saudi Arabia (up 638.1%), Malaysia (up 312.3%) and Kuwait (up 195.4%).Production system ranges from backyard to highly integrated operation with the latter catering to the export market.
  • Weak demand in the EU.
  • Total import of fruit by the Philippines from 2008 till 2013. The highest volume of imports occurred in 2012 reaching 240,477MT while the lowest was in 2008 to 187,265MT. The average annual growth rate was 3.68% during this time period.
  • Philippine farms produced a total of 8.65m tonnes of bananas valued at P117.15bn ($2.6bn) in 2013, down from a peak of 9.23m tonnes worth P108.13bn ($2.4bn) the previous year, according to PSA data. Concerted efforts over the past two decades to expand banana production have led to the commodity becoming the country’s most valuable crop as well as its most profitable agricultural export.
  • The past years, the yield dramatically been reduced due to destruction brought about by the strong typhoons that hit the country particularly the major producing areas in Mindanao. Another calamity was the most recent “El Nino.”  Nevertheless, these are not typical and Mindanao is not a typhoon belt.
  • Overall, the average annual growth rate was 0.26% and 16%, respectively for production and area for the six-year time period.
  • The farms are generally small in size (1-5 ha) with minimal care resulting to low yield.
  • Big farms are typically managed by Cooperatives, Organizations and Investment Companies

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This business walk an extra mile for its clients.  It literally exist to assist.

Interested importers can email us directly at sembawangtrading.co@gmail.com for further details.

 

Philippine Made Handcrafted Items

Native Handcrafted Bags

Code:  B1-440

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Code:  e-55

Code:  e13-188

Code:  e12-130

Code:  e11-220

Code:  e10-165

Code:  e9-70

Code:  e8-275

Code:  e7-220

 Code:  e6-253

Code:  e5-275

Code:  e4-253

Code:  e3-220

Code:  e2-220

Code:  e1-275

Code:  e-wr-308

Code:   B9-160set2

 Code:  B8-290

 Code:  B7-290

 Code:  B6-240

 Code:  B5-285

 Code:  B4-250

 Code:  B3-285

 Code:  B2-320

Code:  B1-440

Plates Mat & Household Items

Plates Mat

Code:  Bps-160

Plates Mat

Code:  Bpc2-210

Plates Mat

Code:  Bpc1-260

Food Cover

Code:  Bf-125sm

Window Blinds

Code:  Bc-315

Native Party Plates

Code:  B-12set


Wine Bag

Code:  e-wine308

 Tissue Holder

 Code:  e-tr176

Slippers

Code:  es-176

Code:  es-55

Hand Made Slippers and Handicrafts

From the Philippines

Price can be inquired at denissalvatierra@yahoo.com or pinky_delatorre@yahoo.com

Minimum Order is at least 12sets or 1 dozen (Mix order allowed)

We can also facilitate order of hand crafted bags, bracelets, earrings,  necklace, ring and ornaments

Purpose Driven Christmas Gift

Merry Christmas!

I went to Davao Philippines last October 19 til December 1, 2011 per request of a foreign client to facilitate and monitor a Cavedish Banana export deal.  The region is so rich in fruits, sea foods, mining mineral and other natural resources.  I stayed for more than a month hoping that I could brought income to my wife enough to finance her breast cancer treatment and give her a happy Christmas celebration.  Sadly, I got home bitter bankrupt because my chosen supplier got obsessed with the down payment and cheated me and my client by loading reject bananas instead of Class A export quality.  To make the story short, I went home broke with tons of debts because my client stop the sending of support.
I am still into Cavendish Banana Export but I now partner with new reliable cooperative-supplier.  But I could not believed that part of the region where I came was destroyed and devastated by a typhoon that passed through after I leave the place.  I was very  thankful because I am no longer in the island when the storm devastated the region.  In the contrary, I and my wife felt pity and sympathetic as large part of the region was unimaginably destroyed in a matter of hours.  You may have seen it on the news… hundreds have died helplessly and the residential and commercial areas have been wiped away by flash flood.

For Christmas sake… pls donate whatever support you can give.   Definitely I am going back but this time I hope I could bring donations with your support, to reach out to the affected .  As always, I will partner with local a church and non-governmental organization as I won’t pretend that I can make it on my own.  My skills in business plan and feasibility study, and my more than 15 years experience in the corporate sector including my voluntary experience in community service and rebuilding since 1986 will be very useful.   I could also design cheap convenient housing structure and my Civil Engineer and contractor brothers can assist (Photos and details of my community service and helping the less fortunate experience are available upon request).  Rest assured that I will provide accounting and reports with photos.

Pls click to link below if you want to help through reliable trustworthy Foundations…
http://www.adlsu.com/2011/12/18/15-ways-to-help-sendongs-victims-in-cdo-iligan/
or through me through direct support to communities with my skills in rebuilding through creation of jobs and community service…

Before the recent typhoon named, “Sendong”

(The author of this post does not claim ownership to the photos)

in a matter of hours and a day after the storm…

Police use a rubber boat to evacuate residents from flooded regions
Rescuers paddle their boat to search for survivors after Typhoon Washi
Thousands of people have been homeless by the severe storm which leaves 625 people dead and hundreds missing
Philippine Red Cross said most victims of the disaster are women and children
 Images are excerpt from Google images
I no longer desire extravagant Christmas celebration.  But if I receive donations, I will be delighted to be a channel through rebuilding the devastated communities within my reach.
You won’t believe how a simple kind of kindness would change lives and God will bless you for reaching out.
For more details, you may email me directly at denissalvatierra@yahoo.com

Low Cost Commodity Trade Investment

I am facilitating export deal since 2006 after I learned commodity trading in Singapore through a Singaporean mentor. Since then, I was able to facilitate shipments of Cavendish Banana, Pineapple, Rice and other products for export mostly in Middle East countries.  I am also utilized in  feasibility/business plan making and other consultancy.

I guess my main capital are my sincerity and extra-mile service offer to my inquiring clients mostly from Middle East, Europe and Africa.  Of course my more than 10 years experience in the corporate sector and earlier background in Advertising is an edge as well.   As I am known  already by many buyers/importer,  my existing client is ordering asap for 1 – 20ft container load of  Philippine products (consolidated).   I was glad because my client order not only because of price but because they trust me.  Proof of past deal is available upon request.   I am excited because my client also orders Cavendish Banana and Pineapple in40ft container per fruit

– 13.5kg packing for banana with 1,520 boxes per container

– 12kg packing for pineapple with 1,560 per container

Click below for offer details for Cavendish Banana

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B-YQSw-FAasYYjZmZDMxYWMtNGFmNS00YjRjLThhZDItNWJjM2FjZjAwZGIy&hl=en

Click below for the offer details for Pineapple

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B-YQSw-FAasYNGYyNDhiYTctZmRhZS00N2ZhLWE4NGUtNTUyNDhhY2RiOGZk&hl=en

With my affiliation to direct manufacturers and farm-growers, I was able to quote lower price.   I can earn more but I need immediate financial assistance from an Investor or joint venture partner to finance the shipments and for my minimal operational expense requirement.    Pls refer to below link for the product offer website I am now doing (still in progress but an be viewed already)…

https://sites.google.com/site/homegrownphil/

Added to my service is a personalized monitor website where my clients can check on their orders and shipments schedules in the convenience of their own internet cellphone or laptop or PC wherever they are or whenever they want to check.  They could even check in even on a car or on plane.  Pls click to link below for sample site I intend…

https://sites.google.com/site/trademonitorboard/

This business is very lucrative with less capitalization requirement and controlled risk.   Rest assured that I will earn already earn after the first shipment.  But I need at least 3-5 shipments or after the repeat order to pay back my joint venture partner or investor his/her return on investment.  I am willing whatever it take or sign a contract but below amount to start right away…

US$1000 = first shipment 20ft container to Dubai (Philippine grocery products) plus registration and banking requirement for opening a corporate account), with potential order of Cavendish Banana and Pineapple.

**As I will ask for at least 50% down payment to buyer-importer (full payment against valuable/shipping documents), I am willing to accept less in the meantime.  Nevertheless, it will better if I get more as I need to pay the supplier and customs broker in advance to get the container and speed up the shipment with reliability and minimal risk.

I am willing to provide Business Plan if investor/joint venture will require.  Nevertheless, better if I will be given advance amount to immediately ship the needed 1-20ft container destination Dubai.  I can be contact directly at denissalvatierra@yahoo.com

I earned through my blog posts

My blogs has earning potentials because I learned and discovered how SEO’s are doing to attract more readers and target customers.  I can do the same to those who are interested of my services.  Or whether you intend it for news, announcement, advertising, promotion, fund raising, social services, reach-out, religious… there is a technique what SEO are doing.

– Product/Services Offer

– Technical Support

– Lay-out

– Advise

– Other improvements

I can do the technical and other support but the blogger should focus and know what he/she want to achieve as this is not a magic thing as there is no short cut to success.

If someone needs or interested of my services, I could be reached directly at denissalvatierra@yahoo.com

My other services includes: feasibility study and business plan making, graphic design and lay-out, corporate or personal video presentation or powerpoint, research, archiving, simple websites and blogs, etc.

Image are excerpted from Google Images

Top 100 Best Global Brands

Business Week’s 100 Best Global Brands     

                                                

Rank 2009
Rank 2008
Employer
2009 Brand value
($millions)
2008 Brand value
($millions)
Percent change
(%)
Country of Ownership
 
1 1 Coca-Cola  68,734  66,667  3 U.S.
2 2 IBM  60,211  59,031  2 U.S.
3 3 Microsoft  56,647  59,007  -4 U.S.
4 4 GE  47,777  53,086  -10 U.S.
5 5 Nokia  34,864  35,942  -3 Finland
6 8 McDonald’s  32,275  31,049  4 U.S.
7 10 Google  31,980  25,590  25 U.S.
8 6 Toyota  31,330  34,050  -8 Japan
9 7 Intel  30,636  31,261  -2 U.S.
10 9 Disney  28,447  29,251  -3 U.S.
11 12 Hewlett-Packard  24,096  23,509  2 U.S.
12 11 Mercedes-Benz  23,867  25,577  -7 Germany
13 14 Gillette  22,841  22,069  4 U.S.
14 17 Cisco  22,030  21,306  3 U.S.
15 13 BMW  21,671  23,298  -7 Germany
16 16 Louis Vuitton  21,120  21,602  -2 France
17 18 Marlboro  19,010  21,300  -11 U.S.
18 20 Honda  17,803  19,079  -7 Japan
19 21 Samsung  17,518  17,689  -1 S. Korea
20 24 Apple  15,443  13,724  12 U.S.
21 22 H&M  15,375  13,840  11 Sweden
22 15 American Express  14,971  21,940  -32 U.S.
23 26 Pepsi  13,706  13,249  3 U.S.
24 23 Oracle  13,699  13,831  -1 U.S.
25 28 Nescafe  13,317  13,055  2 Switzerland
26 29 Nike  13,179  12,672  4 U.S.
27 31 SAP  12,106  12,228  -1 Germany
28 35 Ikea  12,004  10,913  10 Sweden
29 25 Sony  11,953  13,583  -12 Japan
30 33 Budweiser  11,833  11,438  3 Belgium
31 30 UPS  11,594  12,621  -8 U.S.
32 27 HSBC  10,510  13,143  -20 Britain
33 36 Canon  10,441  10,876  -4 Japan
34 39 Kellogg’s  10,428  9,710  7 U.S.
35 32 Dell  10,291  11,695  -12 U.S.
36 19 Citi  10,254  20,174  -49 U.S.
37 37 JPMorgan  9,550  10,773  -11 U.S.
38 38 Goldman Sachs  9,248  10,331  -10 U.S.
39 40 Nintendo  9,210  8,772  5 Japan
40 44 Thomson Reuters  8,434  8,313  1 Canada
41 45 Gucci  8,182  8,254  -1 Italy
42 43 Philips  8,121  8,325  -2 Netherlands
43 58 Amazon  7,858  6,434  22 U.S.
44 51 L’Oreal  7,748  7,508  3 France
45 47 Accenture  7,710  7,948  -3 U.S.
46 46 eBay  7,350  7,991  -8 U.S.
47 48 Siemens  7,308  7,943  -8 Germany
48 56 Heinz  7,244  6,646  9 U.S.
49 49 Ford  7,005  7,896  -11 U.S.
50 62 Zara  6,789  5,955  14 Spain
51 61 Wrigley  6,731  6,105  10 U.S.
52 57 Colgate  6,550  6,437  2 U.S.
53 55 AXA  6,525  7,001  -7 France
54 52 MTV  6,523  7,193  -9 U.S.
55 53 Volkswagen  6,484  7,047  -8 Germany
56 59 Xerox  6,431  6,393  1 U.S.
57 42 Morgan Stanley  6,399  8,696  -26 U.S.
58 63 Nestle  6,319  5,592  13 Switzerland
59 60 Chanel  6,040  6,355  -5 France
60 66 Danone  5,960  5,408  10 France
61 64 KFC  5,722  5,582  3 U.S.
62 70 Adidas  5,397  5,072  6 Germany
63 73 Blackberry  5,138  4,802  7 Canada
64 65 Yahoo!  5,111  5,496  -7 U.S.
65 67 Audi  5,010  5,407  -7 Germany
66 68 Caterpillar  5,004  5,288  -5 U.S.
67 69 Avon  4,917  5,264  -7 U.S.
68 71 Rolex  4,609  4,956  -7 Switzerland
69 72 Hyundai  4,604  4,846  -5 S. Korea
70 76 Hermes  4,598  4,575  1 France
71 74 Kleenex  4,404  4,636  -5 U.S.
72 41 UBS  4,370  8,740  -50 Switzerland
73 50 Harley-Davidson  4,337  7,609  -43 U.S.
74 75 Porsche  4,234  4,603  -8 Germany
75 78 Panasonic  4,225  4,281  -1 Japan
76 80 Tiffany & Co.  4,000  4,208  -5 U.S.
77 79 Cartier  3,968  4,236  -6 France
78 77 Gap  3,922  4,357  -10 U.S.
79 81 Pizza Hut  3,876  4,097  -5 U.S.
80 92 Johnson & Johnson  3,847  3,582  7 U.S.
81 82 Allianz  3,831  4,033  -5 Germany
82 83 Moet & Chandon  3,754  3,951  -5 France
83 84 BP  3,716  3,911  -5 Britain
84 89 Smirnoff  3,698  3,590  3 Britain
85 88 Duracell  3,563  3,682  -3 U.S.
86 98 Nivea  3,557  3,401  5 Germany
87 91 Prada  3,530  3,585  -2 Italy
88 93 Ferrari  3,527  3,527  0 Italy
89 94 Armani  3,303  3,526  -6 Italy
90 85 Starbucks  3,263  3,879  -16 U.S.
91  New  Lancome  3,235  New New France
92 97 Shell  3,228  3,471  -7 Netherlands
93  New  Burger King  3,223  New New U.S.
94 100 Visa  3,170  3,338  -5 U.S.
95  New  Adobe  3,161  New New U.S.
96 90 Lexus  3,158  3,588  -12 Japan
97  New  Puma  3,154  New New Germany
98  New  Burberry  3,095  New New Britain
99  New  Polo Ralph Lauren  3,094  New New U.S.
100  New  Campbell’s  3,081  New New U.S.

(excerpt from Business Week website)