Company Overview

Established in October 2014, Aus-Sino Trade Alliance Pty Ltd (Australia Alliance) is  primarily engaged in livestock investment and development opportunities of Australian sourced live cattle trade between China and Australia.

Under the leadership of Aus-Sino Trade Alliance Pty Ltd, Sino-Aus Dubbo Donghai Agricultural and Livestock Development Pty Ltd was established in December 2014 in Jiangsu Province, China for live cattle trade.

Since the official signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement on June 2015, Aus-Sino stands as one of the leaders in the live animal export trade between Australia and China, and will begin to import Australian sourced live cattle  from Australia to China from 2016.

In February 2015, the Sino-Aus Dubbo Donghai group established their first outlet store supplying a range of imported Australian beef, red wine, health and other agricultural products in Jiangsu Province. Acting as the groups flagship store, the company has plans to expand into other cities in Eastern China through both companies and franchise stores.

In July 2015, the company won approval of livestock from the Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China (AQSIQ) and Jiangsu Province to establish one of the nation’s best Australian imported quality beef processing line imported from Europe  in Donghai County. This was the first release of Australian beef cattle import licences in China, with only few provinces in the country to be awarded this.

The Sino-Aus Dubbo processing complex is expected be completed by the end of 2016 with slaughtering and processing of quality Australian live cattle to commence shortly thereafter.

In the longer term of Australian live cattle trade, Aus-Sino Trade Alliance plans to invest in the agricultural and Australian cattle breeding industry in Australia in order to secure reliable supply of quality cattle that meet the ASEL (Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock) and ESCAS (Exporter Supply Chain Assurance Scheme) requirements of the operations in both Australia and China. Further, the company will be investing in Australia to support the processing of other agricultural products and quality live cattle for export to China.

Using state of the art processing equipment and Australian and European compliant processes, the company offers China a new avenue for fresh meat products to meet the needs of many diverse markets in quality Australian beef meat products. Currently over 20 major Mainland corporations have already expressed interest in sourcing quality Australian beef meat and other rural products from us.