Jatenergy Limited shows cash returns on the sale of soft commodities to China.
Chinese demand for Australian health products is increasing.
Commentary on Jatenergy 4C
Shareholders will be pleased to note that Jatenergy Limited’s (Jatenergy) 4C shows revenue of $18,000 from trading activities and expected to grow significantly in the coming quarters. The increase reflects the company’s drive to bring positive cash flows to the company through Fast Moving Commodity Consumer Goods sales (FMCGs). The focus is on exporting Australian health products to China with demand for our products outstripping supply.
Recently the Australian health business Swisse had been acquired by a Chinese company for a record $1.67 billion. Blackmores (ASX: BLK) has also risen on continued increase in sales, mostly for Chinese importers. Jatenergy is actively working in this market to take advantage of the ever increasing Chinese demand.
Jatenergy continues to expand its current offering of health supplements to include toiletries, baby milk formulae and cosmetic lotions. “Using our Chinese marketing and sales set‐up coupled with our Australian sourcing network we should continue to build more sales of Australian product, which will be reflective in our future cash flow releases”, said Wilton Yao, Director, Jatenergy.
In order to provide great Australian products to China, Jatenergy recently signed a number of supply and/or distribution agreements with some major Australian manufacturers and suppliers and will continue to seek direct support from more Australian major brands and export quality Australian health products, milk powders and food products to China as well as other Asian countries. The Australian Government has been proactive in bringing Australian product to China having recently signed the Chinese free trade agreement. They recognise that China is Australia’s biggest export trade partner having accounted for over 33% of export trade. This builds from trade deals already concluded with Korea and Japan. The most recent is the TPP (Trans Pacific Pact) bring 13 countries together under one agreement including Australia.