JAT to exhibit in-house brands at world’s largest trade fair
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ASX supply chain play, JAT Energy (ASX:JAT), has secured exhibition space at the 18th Shanghai International Children Baby and Maternity Products Industry Expo, which will take place from July 25-27.
JAT is a China-Australia cross-border specialist in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) exports. The company develops in-house brands for Australian products for sale offline and online, with a focus on the Chinese market — especially milk products.
JAT’s 18 square metre exhibition space will showcase its rapidly expanding portfolio of in-house products, including:
- Premium Infant Formula (Stage I for newborns to six months)
- Premium Follow-On Formula (Stage II for six to twelve months)
- Premium Toddler Milk Drink (Stage III for one to three years)
- Full Cream Instant Milk Powder
- Lactoferrin Milk Powder
- DHA Algae Oil Softgel
Golden Koala and NEURIO product samples and information will be made available to visitors; brochures will also outline the range of products Cobbitty Country plans to release in the coming months.
JAT will be supported by Shanghai Dragon Corporation staff in both the exhibition space and at private meetings with agents, distributors, wholesalers and retailers.
JAT executive director, Wilton Yao, said: “These trade fairs offer excellent brand exposure. More importantly, visitors are trade professionals looking for new products and new suppliers and planning to place orders.”
Yao noted that JAT’s exhibition space is ideally situated in the ‘Australia’ pavilion, adjacent to the ‘Fabulous Mom Zone’.
However it is an early stage of this company’s development and if considering this stock for your portfolio you should take all public information into account and seek professional financial advice.
The CBME China 2017 Post-Show Report showed that almost all visitors were professional buyers, while 89 per cent of visitors attended with the purpose of placing orders, as shown below:
This pleasing development comes on a veritable wave of newsflow from JAT. Last week, JAT revealed that JD Global, China’s largest retailer by revenue, has approved the sale of Sunnya’s Neurio-branded products (Sunnya is one of JAT’s subsidiaries). The Neurio range will be sold to Chinese consumers on JD Global’s cross-border and supermarket platforms, www.JD.com and JD.hk.
Only days before that — and in the wake of a deftly engineered distribution deal with Cyclone E-Commerce for over $7.5 million in single product revenue — JAT also announced that its subsidiary, Golden Koala Group, has developed a new OPO formula for milk products for the Australian and overseas markets.
This all seemed to meet shareholder approval, given that JAT is on an upward trajectory, currently up 12.1 per cent, sitting at 7.4 cents.
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