Platform to trade halal products


At the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Collaboration are (from left) MECIP Global Engineers CEO Mahmood Azmy Muhammad Shukri, MNCCI Secretary General Bayasgalan Saranjav, MCMTC president Callum Chen, German Standard CEO Battulga Davaalkhumbe, DagangHalal chief operating officer Tony Er, MNCCI president Amartuvshin Otgondavaa, Global Brand Synergy CEO Martin Ang and Solar Alert executive director Datuk Ismail Salleh.

WHEN supplying halal-certified products to the Muslim community, it is vital to establish a convenient and reliable supplier channel.

The best resource to accomplish that goal is through DagangHalal.com, the largest halal-certified supplier online channel in the world.

It facilitates international halal trading sales transactions via online-to-offline mechanisms with:

> more than 4,300 active suppliers from 85 countries all over the world

> more than 13,000 registered business-to-business (B2B) buyers

> a focus on business matching for (Full Container Load) FCL, (Less Container Load) LCL and mixed containers

> a solution to acquire distributors and wholesalers for target markets

> a focus to export eight halal-certified products to the global and regional market.

As a supplier of halal products, it may be costly to attract potential buyers. Participating in an international trade fair can be expensive and require extensive planning.

What you want is a channel that connects you to buyers worldwide, without the high costs and the inconvenience of maintaining your marketing efforts.

DagangHalal.com offers a platform for global buyers to source for quality halal products and suppliers online.

This enables a large and global buyer audience for halal products.

The B2B halal e-marketplace accomplishes this by building extensive commercial networks and partner relationships around the world with:

> regional distributors and wholesalers' connections from international trade fairs as well as registered buyers from DagangHalal.com

> connections and partnerships with International Food and Beverage Trade Fair organisers

> regional trade finance institutions for invoice financing

> halal certification bodies and ISO certification bodies for export compliance

> government bodies and semi-government agencies for customs declaration and clearance.

Recently the company intends to export eight star products within the region, seven from Malaysia and one from Mongolia (halal beef and lamb).

The stewardship team of DagangHalal enables SME market penetration into the halal industry. Clockwise from bottom right, design head Noor Hafizuddin, chief executive officer (CEO) Sam Hwang, chief operating officer Tony Er, chief project officer Ezal Affendy, production head and technical manager Sally Ngam, senior technical manager Jack Phoa and senior project coordinator Nadzirah Zaidi.The stewardship team of DagangHalal enables SME market penetration into the halal industry. Clockwise from bottom right, design head Noor Hafizuddin, chief executive officer (CEO) Sam Hwang, chief operating officer Tony Er, chief project officer Ezal Affendy, production head and technical manager Sally Ngam, senior technical manager Jack Phoa and senior project coordinator Nadzirah Zaidi.

Trading in Mongolian halal meat globally

In due course, Malaysia will have access to delicious Mongolian meat.

This is attributed to a joint venture DagangHalal founded with mid-tier companies to import and also to become a hub for regional distributors within Asean countries for halal beef and lamb from Mongolia.

Under this initiative, Malaysians can indulge in unique and delectable cuisines as halal Mongolian meat is not widely available in the local Muslim community.

The famous Japanese wagyu beef needs no introduction for its recognition.

Considered one of the most exclusive and expensive cuisines available today, it stands out in contrast to other meat variants due to its extensive marbling, creating an opulent, buttery suppleness that would satisfy taste buds.

The Mongolian beef and lamb, on the other hand, do not fall short in terms of quality.

Being sold for a fraction of the cost is among its advantages when compared to the likes of more prestigious meat available, whose enriching flavours also make Mongolia beef and lamb a main contender against the wagyu.

The imported halal meat will be aimed at wholesalers and retailers in the regional market.

It will be packaged and refined for sale to hotels, restaurants, and cafe operators within the Asean countries, particularly Indonesia as it is the largest Muslim-majority nation in the world.

For more, visit www.daganghalal.com or call the sales hotline at 011-2066 1150.

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