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12/05/2016

Sachiel Water Inc. Officially Launched in China During The 20th Shanghai FHC Expo 2016

Sachiel Water Inc. Officially Launched in China During The 20th Shanghai FHC Expo 2016

 

The 20th FHC China took place in Shanghai between November 7th to 9th 2016. The scale of this expo is unprecedented. There are over 2,350 companies from 73 countries participated the expo, and there are 33 countries sent their national pavilions.

 

Canada attaches great importance to his event. The Canadian Pavilion is an elite team which includes the Minster of Agriculture, Canadian Ambassador to China, four associations and over a hundred companies. Once again, the Canadian Pavilion takes the essences of the food industry from the land of maple leaves to Shanghai.

 

From September 21st to 24th 2016, Prime Minster of China Li Keqiang was invited by Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau to visit Canada. During the visit, Prime Minster Li Keqiang proposed that in order to achieve the mutual benefits for both Canadian and Chinese people and another ‘Golden Decade’ for Canada-China diplomatic relationship, both countries should increase their political trust, and enhance practical collaborations. These statements have laid the foundation for pushing Canada-China bilateral trade relations and also brought new opportunities for Canadian companies to expand in the Chinese market.

 

Sachiel Water Inc., a first-time attendee at the FHC China, is a Canadian company who took the golden opportunity and started their business in China. The origin of the name ‘Sachiel’ comes from an angle who is in charge of water and protecting trees. The representative of Sachiel Water said that the company’s vision is to deliver the best water to everyone and therefore deliver the healthy lifestyle. Angel Sachiel represents its vision perfectly.

 

Sachiel Water holds the standard of high quality, high authenticity and reasonable cost from choosing the water source to choosing the cooperative partners. In order to achieve its high standard, Sachiel Water is not using the traditional sale model which consists import, wholesale, retail; rather, Sachiel Water has chosen Banjia, an e-commerce company which specializes in importing Canadian food and goods. Working with Banjia directly, Sachiel Water is able to deliver the high-quality Canadian water to Chinese families through the most efficient ways so that the consumers do not have to pay the extra price.

 

Banjia has signed the ‘Strategic Cooperation Agreement of Importing Safe Food and Creating Healthy Lifestyles’ with Sachiel Water and have announced that they will be importing Sachiel Water in a large scale so that the Chinese consumers can have another healthy choice of drinking water.

 

On November 8th, the ‘Water and Health’ forum took place in FHC China. Canada National Pavilion representatives, water and health experts and consumer representatives attended the forum. Hong Xin, the representative of British Columbia International Trade and Investment Office, expressed her appreciation of the groundbreaking work that Sachiel Water and Banjia has achieved and also her confidence on Sachiel Water’s Chinese market expansion. When asked about the prospect of Canada-China trade and investment, Xin said that the related departments of Canadian government will always support Canadian companies such as Sachiel Water Inc. to further develop in China.

 

Sachiel Water sources its water from the high altitude glacier located in British Columbia Canada. This glacier, along with the Alps in Europe and the Caucasus in Russia are considered the three ‘Golden Drinking Water Sources”. The spring water that Sachiel Water sourced from is the natural glacier melted water filtered through the natural stratum, which means the water is not polluted and has some beneficial mineral salts and microelements. The WHO classifies water with a TDS of 600ppm or lowers as ‘good’, the average TDS of Sachiel Water is lower than 50ppm. The water can help with lowering the mineralization of the microelements which can only be absorbed by the human body through drinking water, and thus lowering the load on the human body while replenishing energy.

 

Canada is home to one fifth of the world's fresh water, but only comprises 4.5 percent of the world's population. The statistics of the blue Communities Project shows that the Canadians have an 89% satisfaction rate to Canadian water, and it is the only Canadian commodity that not really on import and can even be exported. Just like the hockey and the maple syrup, Canadian water is something that Canadians can be proud of.

 

According to the Sachiel Water representatives, the company bottled their water right on the water plant. In order to guarantee the ‘zero bacteria and pollution’ standards, the water plant is protected with complete enclosure and limited exploitation. Also, the whole production factory is under bacteria-free management and real-time water quality inspection. From water sourcing, bottling, packaging, and transportation, Sachiel Water does it all in one place.

 

The Drinking Water Department from Banjia said that Sachiel Water will be rolling out its membership system for buying its water. The water will only be available only online, this will not only eliminate any knock-off products and help to cut down the cost; it is also a test of retail with sharing economy approach. For the customers, it will be a new way of shopping and also a new way of drinking water. So far, Banjia has two warehouses for Sachiel Water in Shenzhen and Shijiazhuang, which located in South and North China respectively. There will also be designated delivery stops in major cities in China including, Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Shijiazhuang. Sachiel Water is planning to expand their business into the second and third cities in China eventually.



    Editor:Albert | Source: CNTVNA/Agencies


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