About our global sourcing business

We are a trading company and commodities supplier founded in 2007 with offices and presence in Hong Kong, Italy and Mexico. In more than 15 years of experience we have associated and made alliance with producers, sugar supplier and manufacturers in Asia, Europe and America, that have the quality certifications and export permits necessary to offer the best products at the best prices.
We and our partners have all the permit that allow us to ship to China (including GACC Certification) and to any safe port in the world.

Our process for global sourcing

Our comprehensive sourcing process involves meticulous supplier vetting, quality inspections, and logistics management to ensure timely delivery of superior products to our clients.

We believe in collaborating closely with our clients, understanding their unique requirements, and providing customized sourcing solutions that exceed their expectations

Working policies

  1. Under international and national laws to which Fantasta’ World Trading Ltd. are governed, sending of confidential documents, such as the submission of documents, past performance, contracts with suppliers and other purchasing companies, is extremely illegal and causes us to violate the international terms of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

  2. Once the FCO has been accepted and the SPA has been sent to the buyer additional requirements that are not allowed by ICC and that are not common in international business practice will be rejected.

  3. We do NOT SEND PHYSICAL SAMPLES, without exception.

  4. We do NOT SEND PHOTOS OR VIDEOS to avoid disturbing the privacy and identity of our suppliers.

  5. All payments must be released at the port of loading, we do not accept any payment release at the port of destination.

  6. All inspection by SGS / CCIC-CIQ must be done at the port of loading. The SGS report at the port of shipment is the only reference for payment, we do not perform any inspection at the port of destination.

  7. All procedures must be followed for the negotiation to continue.