Japanese refractory company continuous transaction on Refwin’s cross-border e-commerce platform

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In recent years, under the vigorous advocacy and support of the state, cross-border e-commerce has achieved remarkable development. Meantime, the cross-border e-commerce transaction of industrial products has gradually become a new carrier of international trade, and the Refwin cross-border platform (hereinafter referred to as Refwin E-trade) has also gradually attracted attention. 


Export growth of cross-border e-commerce in Q1 in 2022

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the status and important role of cross-border e-commerce have become increasingly prominent. According to preliminary estimates by the customs, in the first quarter of 2022, China's cross-border e-commerce imports and exports were 434.5 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 0.5%, of which exports were 310.4 billion yuan, an increase of 2.6%, and imports were 124.1 billion yuan, a decrease of 4.2%.


Refwin E-trade attracts more attention

Since the launch of Refwin E-trade in 2021, it has received great attention from domestic and abroad customers. Through the introduction and promotion of Refwin cross-border services, more buyers have contacted platform to try online cross-border transactions.


Continuous online transactions

In August 2021, Refwin E-trade successfully matched the high-purity magnesia transaction of Chinese and Indian customers in the first month of its launch, which is also the first order since Refwin E-trade was launched.


After that, one Japanese customer placed orders three times through cross-border platform to purchase refractory materials such as refractory mortar, ramming materials and refractory bricks. The Japanese buyer have shown strong interest in Refwin E-trade's online purchasing model.


In 2022, more and more global buyers are seeking solutions and support for the entire procurement process through Refwin E-trade.

Refwin E-trade team is steadily matching multiple orders including the purchase of dead burned magnesia from German, white fused alumina and brown fused alumina from India, bauxite from Poland, and bauxite, tabular alumina  and large crystal magnesia from Middle East.