Sino Green Land to Supply Green Foods to East Timor Through Cooperative Agreement
NEW YORK, NY and GUANGZHOU, CHINA--(Marketwire - January 11, 2010) - Sino Green Land Corporation (
Mr. Anson Fong, Chairman, stated, "After extensive discussion and a thorough examination of our operations and facilities, we are pleased to announce this cooperation agreement with local representatives in East Timor to supply high quality fruits, vegetables and green foods to the country. These local representatives have close government relationships and resources that will support our penetration of the local market. By streamlining the import channels of East Timor through direct shipments from China, the price of fruits, vegetables and green foods provided by Sino Green Land would be very competitively priced, benefitting the local population. After penetration of the local market, Sino Green Land plans to cooperate with the Ministry of Agriculture of East Timor to develop a local plantation for green foods in East Timor where we will provide local farmers with support in terms of technology, planting, harvesting and marketing of green foods. This is an important geographic expansion for Sino Green Land and we are excited about the opportunity. We hope to develop a strong market presence in the region with the support of the local government and our goal is to achieve market share of approximately 25% in East Timor by the end of 2010."
About Sino Green Land Corporation
Sino Green Land Corporation is a leading agricultural distributor of high end fruits and vegetables in the People's Republic of China. Since its inception in 2003, Sino Green Land has grown from a small distributor of various produce to become a large distributor of high end fruits such as: Fuji apples, emperor bananas and tangerine oranges. In the process, Sino Green Land has built a solid reputation, a sophisticated supply chain and a distribution network that stretches from Beijing to Guangzhou.
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