I would like export Bottled Blended Scotch Whisky (Own Label) to India, Srilanka, and Middle East from UK.

Question

Hello,

I would like export Bottled Blended Scotch Whisky (Own Label) to India, Srilanka, and Middle East from UK.

Would require trusted supplier who are able to offer private labelled blended scotch whisky.

As you may be aware India has a huge market for whisky and is a difficult market to penetrate, we have established connects in the government and other distribution channels.

Now we are looking to have our own brand and currently have orders to fulfill. So we in the verge of sourcing a trusted supplier for the same. This applies to Dubai and Africa.

Let me know if anyone is interested in supplying the same – only Blended Scotch Whisky (Bottled & Private Labelled).

Thanks
Vijay S

Answer

Hi Vijay,

Sounds interesting. I’m a big lover of single malts myself and have a generous collection so would be intrigued to know the name if you’re a new label in the market?

Regarding your question I am afraid whilst we are aware of countless importers and suppliers we do not partake in recommendations. The reason for my responding was to advise you that depending on which countries you are exporting to you will certainly require a certificate of origin and possibly certificates of conformity. I thought if you are new to exporting this might not be something you consider when putting your quotation together for your supplier so my advice would be to look into these costs first.

If you would like any advice on what you need for where you are shipping to please get in touch and I would be happy to send you some info or discuss the details.

Best of luck!

Christopher Gunning
Christopher.gunning@Intertek.com
Tel: 01277 358251

Answer

Hi Vijay,

Sounds interesting. I’m a big lover of single malts myself and have a generous collection so would be intrigued to know the name if you’re a new label in the market?

Regarding your question I am afraid whilst we are aware of countless importers and suppliers we do not partake in recommendations. The reason for my responding was to advise you that depending on which countries you are exporting to you will certainly require a certificate of origin and possibly certificates of conformity. I thought if you are new to exporting this might not be something you consider when putting your quotation together for your supplier so my advice would be to look into these costs first.

If you would like any advice on what you need for where you are shipping to please get in touch and I would be happy to send you some info or discuss the details.

Best of luck!

Christopher Gunning
Christopher.gunning@Intertek.com
Tel: 01277 358251

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