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WFOE for sale: Shanghai-based importer and distributor Mervin Fine Wines

Posted on | May 21, 2013 | No Comments

By Jim Boyce

The following info is via Melody Mast of Shanghai-based Mervin Fine Wines. Mervin — a fully licensed and foreign-owned company (WFOE) in the wine import and distribution sector — is up for sale. The operation includes an office in Shanghai, a sales team and established distribution channels. Mast says the company has about 200 labels and holds these licenses and registrations:

  • “WFOE business registration in Shanghai (Minhang District) and business/ enterprise certificate
  • “Alcohol license – Allowing Mervin to sell alcohol wholesale
  • “Import license – Allowing Mervin to import goods, alcohol in particular
  • “Food hygiene license – Necessary to do the alcohol business
  • “Tax registration – Allowing Mervin to invoice to companies

Mast says the company has an established client base, both in and out of Shanghai, that buys on a regular basis. For more information, contact Melody Mast at admin (at)


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