Univela Morocco trading company sells Moroccan products to importers and distributors all over the world. Univela Morocco works as a liaison between the supplier in Morocco and a business in another country to secure transactions and make export from Morocco safer.
Morocco is in TOP-5 economies in Africa and plays a very important role in the development of the continent. It is a big crossroad of African and European trade routes. The Moroccan economy is well-developed and there are lots of high-quality products produced in the country. Business owners engaged in trading of the sea products and in the food trading may find Moroccan market very appealing. And the developed logistic routs make the delivery possible to almost any place on Earth.
The country’s artesian wells, vast plains, and rich waters provide a lot of business opportunities.
What products can businesses import from Morocco?
Fish meal. This product is used to supply enough protein for cattle and other animals. It is a by-product of fish processing and is made from fish parts. Therefore it contains vitamins A, D, and B and minerals needed for animals’ health. It has a higher gross energy and protein level than its closest competitor – soybean meal. Gross energy of fish meal is 4890 kcal/kg compared to 4050 kcal/kg in soybean meal. The protein level is 60-72% to 47-49% respectively. Fish meal’s price is higher than the price of other kinds of protein meal but its nutrition qualities are higher.
Frozen fish. Moroccan fish industry holds 56% of the country’s export of agricultural products. Being the largest fish market in Africa, Morocco has a lot to offer: from bait fish to exclusive kinds of ribbon fish appreciated by gourmets all around the world. Moroccan fishing industry allows businesses to export mackerel, red mullet, sardines, sardinella, etc.
Canned and precooked fish. Being a country with a developed fishing industry Morocco also produces semi-finished products, such as fish balls, fish nuggets, fish fingers, etc.
Seafood. Frozen octopus, squid and cuttlefish are other items of Moroccan fishing industry. Apart from being the largest frozen fish producer, Morocco is leading at producing seafood too.
Fruits and vegetables. Businesses do not only export frozen fish from Morocco. The kingdom can also provide high-quality agriculture products. The plains on the Atlantic coast of Morocco together with more than 10 million hectares of fertile land provide vegetables and fruits. The most popular vegetables include tomatoes, bell pepper, chili pepper, beans, zucchini. The most popular fruits are citruses, strawberries, pomegranates, avocados, grapes, etc.
What exactly does Univela Morocco do to help your business?
The company works to make transactions between Moroccan producers and overseas companies safe and smooth. To do that Univela Morocco processes orders and finds the best matching suppliers. It contacts the supplier, discusses the details of the order and inspects the products after the order is completed.
You can always get actual information about the prices on the Moroccan market and about your order. The company can also organize the meeting with the factory’s manager if you decide to visit.
Univela Morocco isn’t just a mediator in your transactions. When you place an order our company will buy the products from the factory, deliver it to its own warehouses and inspect all the goods. If it’s doesn’t meet the requirements Univela Morocco will negotiate with the factory and change the products. Working with Univela Morocco is always safe.
Are there any restrictions in working with Univela Morocco?
The only restriction is MOQ (minimum order quantity). It should be not less than one 40 feet container. Otherwise, the company won’t be able to deliver the goods to your country.
Apart from that no matter how big your business is you can always become Univela Morocco’s customer. The company works with 120 businesses from 28 countries by now. This number includes big companies that import frozen fish or fruits by tens of containers every month and also small businesses that import one or two containers per year.
Three reasons why Univela Morocco can be helpful to your business
It’s not enough just to know the market situation while working with Morocco. It is a unique country with its own culture and mindset. It can become very challenging to find a common language with Moroccan producers if you don’t understand their ways of conducting business. The only way to learn this is to gain experience. The company has more than 15 years’ experience of working at Moroccan and other foreign markets. It allows the company’s managers to better understand the way to communicate with suppliers.
The company employs certified specialists to inspect products before shipping. Inspection is a key factor in international trade. It may happen that producers don’t pay enough attention to the product’s specification. Especially if you work with sophisticated products that need special shipping and storing conditions – import mackerel or fruits. You may end up with the product that doesn’t meet your quality or quantity requirements. That’s why it is important to inspect your products before shipment. Univela Morocco hires specialists from SGS, Bureau Veritas, and other international inspection companies to make sure your product complies with all the requirements.
It’s important to know all the details while going through customs clearance. One mistake in shipping documents may be a reason your products get stuck at the customs for weeks or even months. In the worst case, you will have to destroy your products. Not to let this happen you have to keep your shipping documents in order and submit it in time. Managers working in Univela Morocco have rich experience in working with shipping documents. They know how to fill in the customs declaration and what documents to prepare according to your country’s rules.
There are more reasons to work with Univela Morocco. To find out more about the company and how it can help you click on the website – univela-morocco.com or call the company’s managers.