Guangzhou Icesource Co., Ltd. joined the UN Global Market (UNGM)
This marks Guangzhou Icesource Co., Ltd. being included in the United Nations procurement system qualified supplier roster, becoming the United Nations global market procurement supplier. This also means that the refrigeration system and equipment such as ice-making equipment and cold storage of Guangzhou Icesource Co., Ltd., international engineering delivery capability, comprehensive strength and business reputation of the company have all been recognized by the United Nations Procurement Division.
Guangzhou Icesource Co., Ltd.(trademark CBFI) is a domestic and globally oriented, innovative and entrepreneurial high-tech enterprise integrating R&D, design, manufacturing, sales and after-sales service, producing large-scale edible ice-making equipment, large-scale industrial ice-making equipment, high-end commercial ice machines, cold storage and cold storage projects, and complete refrigeration systems. The company is a large-scale ice plant and cold storage engineering solution service provider with products in more than 150 countries and regions around the world. The company has set up a number of molecular companies and offices overseas to actively expand overseas markets and actively respond to the national “Belt and Road” strategy call. The company's comprehensive strength has been at the forefront of the industry, especially in the large-scale edible ice-making equipment, large-scale fluorine-cooled ice-brick machine manufacturing, and high-end edible ice. The company's ice machine and refrigeration equipment have won domestic and foreign customers. Recognized, it has considerable popularity in the international market.
Obtaining the qualification of the United Nations global market procurement supplier means that it has acquired another green card to enter the international market, which is conducive to the company to expand the market on a global scale and enhance the global visibility and influence of the company. This is the deepening of the international market for Guangzhou Icesource Co., Ltd. International brands offer a broad market interface.
The United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD) is responsible for the procurement of goods and services for the United Nations Secretariat, United Nations peacekeeping missions and other United Nations agencies. The United Nations Global Markets (UNGM) is the common procurement portal for organizations of the United Nations system that brings together United Nations procurement staff and vendor groups. United Nations procurement is a global market with an annual transaction volume of more than $17 billion, covering a wide range of products and services. To become a potential supplier to the United Nations, enterprises must first register with the United Nations global market, and the conditions for enterprises to apply for registration are also very strict, including enterprise qualification assessment, product type, production capacity, quality assurance, financial information, English after-sales service, etc. All are subject to strict requirements, and enterprises must be qualified to enter the UN procurement chain through strict review of multiple links.
Being a United Nations global market procurement supplier is not only an important symbol of corporate image, but also means that the company's products, services and strength are recognized internationally, and it also contains many practical benefits, such as goods purchased by the United Nations, all of which enjoy tax-free treatment. There is no need to pay taxes; the goods and services that suppliers can provide can be published as reference books at various meetings held by the United Nations and published on relevant documents; they can be included in the supplier database by the United Nations and receive the latest news from United Nations procurement. Priority is given to procurement; the United Nations guarantees payment within 30 days of receipt of the goods or invoices; and procurement by United Nations Member States will also refer to and adopt the United Nations Global Markets Procurement Suppliers List.