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ProfLab & Sishi-master
Sunday, June 03, 2018 6/3/2018 9:48:54 PM
Detailed Selling Lead Description
Re: Russian Federation - ++ Demand ++ -
My name is Michael Ivkovsky.
I represent a sushi restaurant chain in Russia. We now have 135
restaurants, and we plan to increase their number to 300 throughout
My goal is to find and choose salmon producers & suppliers from South
America. I and my partners are looking for a long term partnership
providing best commercial conditions and direct supply without
For today we purchase 3.5 tons per week of fresh-frozen Salmon on
skin "trim D" Premium cutting.
So we kindly ask you to provide us the following information:
1. Does your company supply this type of product?
2. Wholesale price (EXW or FCA/ FAS / FOB).
3. Point of shipment.
4. Terms of payment. Our current suppliers in Russia provide us with
a 2-week payment deferment after delivery of goods to our warehouse.
5. Perhaps you have logistics partners who deliver frozen fish to
Russia. Our final delivery point is the city of Tyumen in the middle of
the country. If you have such partners, please let us know their
contacts and links.
Looking forward to your reply and hope for fruitful and long-term
ProfLab & Sishi-master
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