ASI Group Sending 5,000 Masks to Wuhan Baijia Maternity Hospital

The personnel of  Wuhan Baijia Maternity Hospital receiving ASI Group's package

In order to contribute to the Wuhan's population's, medical personnel's and authorities' efforts to combat the Covid-19, ASI Group sent two packages of masks last week. They have been delivered to the Wuhan Baijia Maternity Hospital, an institution of particular importance given its purpose.

为了支持武汉人民、医护人员和当地政府对抗击新型冠状病毒所作出的贡献和努力,ASI 集团上本周初寄送了两箱口罩给武汉当地一个特别重要的机构——武汉百佳妇产医院,以实际行动践行社会责任与担当。


A total of 5,000 masks - 2,500 provided by ASI Logistics and 2,500 provided by ASI Solutions - have been received by the personnel on March 11th.

3月11日,医院的医护人员共收到5000 个口罩,其中2500个由ASI集团下ASI物流提供,2500个由ASI集团下泛景贸易提供。


The masks sent are in compliance with the recommendations applied to the medical facilities. They protect wearers from the splashes and sprays. It is essential for the medical personnel to be equipped accurately as they are in daily contact with potential or confirmed infected people, they also work in daily contact with fragile people who need to be protected from any form of threat to their health.



This product is thus detrimental in such a context, medias have even reported some US hospitals having to close due to the shortage. As such, we are pleased our humble donation can help those in the frontline to be safe while preventing further expansion of the epidemic.



Before the epidemic, China was manufacturing 20 million masks per day according to the state media Xinhua. In the aftermath of the outbreak, the production has been boosted and some carmakers have even been enlisted to increase the manufacturing capacities (Bloomberg).



We hope that these measures ensure the safety of all Chinese civilians and medical workers.


ASI Group team is wishing the best to all the people directly or indirectly affected by the virus not only in China but all over the world!

ASI 集团的每一位成员,祝愿在中国,乃至全球所有直接或间接感染该病毒的人,早日康复。

ASI Solutions’ Conference at the CCI France-Chine

Numerous are the companies eager to launch their business and products in China. Chinese consumers are keen on foreign products and the Chinese market thus represents a huge potential for foreign European brands.. However, many companies lack knowledge about the import process and common difficulties that they could meet on their way.

ASI Solutions was glad to offer its expertise to few members of the Chambre de Commerce et de l’Industrie France Chine (CCIFC) on Thursday, 4th June. Our fellow colleagues had a breakfast presentation session, where they were introducing to the participants the barriers that they could meet and how to overcome them. Many situation were exposed, with a range going from Food & Beverages to textile products.

We would like to thank the CCIFC for having hosted us for this conference, all the participants that were present this day, as well as Madeleine who delivered us delicious breakfast. We are looking forward to exchange again on this topic and share our expertise and experience!
Eager to gain more insight on this topic? Don’t hesitate to contact us!

ASI Solutions Joins OSCI Network

ASI Solutions is now part of the French OSCI (Opérateurs Spécialisés du Commerce International) business federation.

OSCI is representing 150 export consulting companies, and more than 2000 trading companies, that contribute to more than 120 billion Euros of export annually.

Companies belonging to OSCI are sharing a strong field expertise overseas and a culture of results that make them natural business partners. Their services are part of the general framework of the French support system for exports and provide SMEs with a unique approach to export. These operators are able to support, over time, companies on complex industrial projects in difficult countries and far from French production areas.

The membership of these operators in the OSCI guarantees their clients a professionalism recognized by proven references and a business ethic affirmed by signing a code of ethics.

The OSCI actively contributes to the promotion of its members through different actions: the OSCI manages the French collective agreement of import-export, inspires the initial training in International Trade, promotes indirect export, etc.

ASI Solutions, sharing the same values of OSCI, decided from this year on to be an active partner of this organization. Our teams are happy to contribute to the development of French companies’ internationalization, especially around China, Vietnam and Cambodia.

ASI Group performed at the Shanghai Butterfly Football Cup!

On April 14th, a team of ASI Group Shanghai Office played football at the SHANGHAI BUTTERFLY FOOTBALL CUP, a charity event organized by the Rotary Club of Shanghai Elysee, for the benefit of the DEBRA association.

What Is DEBRA Association?

DEBRA association tries to ensure visibility and medical support to the children affected by the epidermolysis bullosa infection, a painful genetic skin blistering condition which, in the worst cases, can be fatal. The blisters present on the children’s skin at the origin of their name of "Butterfly kids". The DEBRA International is now present in more than 50 countries around the world.

All the support received is used to improve research efforts, in order to find effective treatments that can cure this disease. DEBRA association collaborates with international institutions and coordinates research projects, while also raising awareness toward people who are directly or indirectly affected by this disease, to strengthen children’s self-confidence and improve their daily life.

ASI Group's soccer team performance

ASI Group was very proud to participate in this charity event, which was a success! We were happy to play with our colleagues and with the other teams, to share playful time with colleagues who came to cheer us.

This inter-companies tournament gathered 32 mixed men and women teams of 7 players each. Our Soccer team had been training hard for several weeks , and met many other great teams coming from different companies well-established in Shanghai.

Our team, initially in Group G, won the three group games 4-1, 1-0, 1-0, and managed to finish at the first position of the group. Our ranking enabled us to participate in the Elite cup tournament. Then, we won again 1-0, but sadly were defeated in quarter finals by Decathlon-Kipsta team 0-2. Nevertheless, all of us spent a good day and enjoyed playing on the field for this charity event.

Contact us if you want to hit the ball another time!