Wholesaling is often the preferred method of procuring goods for most consumers as they are assured of low prices.
No one knows this better than Kayns Distributors, a limited liability company located in Raiwaqa.

Kayns Distributors specialises in the import and export of baby diapers, confectionery and general merchandise.

“The company was incorporated in 2012 as a limited liability company with Mr. Polau and Mrs Susie Kofe being the Directors. Our products are imported from overseas and then exported to different countries in the Pacific region. Our products vary from household items, office supplies, furniture, electrical items, groceries, frozen foods, school stationeries and even uniforms. You name it and we will supply it,” company financial administrator Flora Tuitoga said.

The company approached FDB in December 2012 for a working capital loan to assist in the company’s operations. They were provided the much needed funding from the bank and FDB has continued to remain in close association with the company.

“Customer satisfaction is very important for us as we always strive to provide excellent and quality services to our local customers here in Fiji and likewise the Pacific region. We will always ensure that your orders are met in a timely manner and your satisfaction is our ultimate vision.”

Kayns Distributors will be part of the Fiji Development Bank’s Market Day on 17 May.

“We will be promoting and selling our products at wholesale prices and I think this will be an excellent venue for shopping this Saturday. Customers get to buy cheaply and with a great range of products to choose from.”

The company will provide the much needed one-stop shop concept to complement other FDB clients who will be selling a wide range of products from fresh fruits, vegetables, root crops, fish, seafood, household items and many more which will be available at the FDB Market Day.

The Market Day is an opportunity for FDB clients to showcase their goods and services in an environment that is less competitive to assist them in maximising their sales.

“We are giving our customers the opportunity to monopolise the sale of their products. So when we bring in a dalo farmer, we ensure that he or she is the only one selling dalo,” FDB chief executive officer Mr. Deve Toganivalu said.

“This is another way of adding value to the services that we provide to our customers and assisting them in realising their business ambitions.”

The Market Day is on this Saturday 17 May from 6am to 1pm at the FDB car park along Victoria Parade in Suva.