Since 2001, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) has been building international business relationships. This diverse U.S.-based company has nurtured multiple global business relationships to more effectively source and deliver various industrial commodities to its clients in the People’s Republic of China. CD International is a transactional intermediary, locating and securing commodities such as iron ore, manganese ore, copper and scrap metals from around the globe to feed the industrial needs of its China-based business clients.
On Wednesday, CD International announced its entry into a full corporate offer to purchase 5,000 tons of copper cathodes (99.99% Cu) per month from a company based in Tanzania. Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in the news release, “We are very excited to enter this full corporate offer as our Chinese clients are ready to make purchases. To fulfill a niche market and facilitate smooth transactions, we have been working very hard in the past several years to strategically place ourselves between our suppliers and our buyers in China.” CDII will purchase 5,000 metric tons of copper cathodes per month over an initial period of 12 months, equating a total annual shipment of 60,000 metric tons. Based on current copper prices, this contract for 60,000 metric tons is valued at approximately $330 million. Simply put, CDII locates and negotiates for the commodities its buyers’ need.
Utilizing commodities sourcing as a global liaison, CD International has established strong worldwide business relationships. These relationships have provided the company opportunities to expand its business services to suppliers and purchasers to include financing, logistics and quality control, as well as provide consultation services and guidance for Chinese entities to compete in a complex global economy. The company’s success in multiple cross-border transactions shows that it has the unique ability to identify emerging market opportunities and provide comprehensive solutions to effectively conduct international business.
With an impressive track record of global transactions, CD International just launched a new division to distribute cannabidiol-based (CBD) products to the global Chinese speaking population. The launch of its Green Products Distribution Division (http://dtn.fm/fEh09) and the online store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd) are key components of the company’s expansion plans, with a primary focus to retail CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking communities, which collectively represent a potential global market of over two billion people. Non-euphoric CBD-based products have a broad range of therapeutic uses including treatment for epilepsy, anxiety, pain and nausea.
With multiple successful global transactions, a wealth of international relationships and in-depth knowledge of the innate practices of Chinese commerce, CD International is positioning to profit from the 60 percent annual growth rate of CBD-based products.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net
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