Looking to do an import

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#1
I have some people asking me to do an import of Asian arowana. I also know of some fish available for sale locally (Vancouver). Contact me if interested at [email protected]

Note - I can import stingrays and other special requests along with the Asiana arowana.
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#3
Some people have been asking me for video's of the fish I am importing this time around. I can show you some videos from the farm of their sample fish; the videos below are how your fish should turn out if you do a good and proper job raising them up :)

First up are a couple videos of Tong Yan, also called a Crossback Splendour

[ame]https://youtu.be/rVQIt4ntut0[/ame]

[ame]https://youtu.be/K1iasOiidGU[/ame]

And here are some videos of the nice BBXB (blue base cross backs) on offer:

[ame]https://youtu.be/0nauqWeYLsc[/ame]

[ame]https://youtu.be/_1Dp4PdPDzc[/ame]

[ame]https://youtu.be/KKqV00cMmVE[/ame]

[ame]https://youtu.be/_qv93FwHrLY[/ame]
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#4
And here is a nice community tank of a few Asian arowana, showing you what is achievable with these fish...

[ame]https://youtu.be/hXshIErFNgo[/ame]
 
#6
Is there a discount on the shipping if there is a group import? When will your next import be? Im looking to get an arowana before Christmas this year.
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#7
Yes, that is how the group import works. The savings get passed on to the customer, which is why the prices I can offer are lower than you will find at retail.

This current order should be landing in about 6-7 weeks, possibly sooner depending on the CITES paperwork. Definitely before Chrstmas.

Email me at [email protected] for details.
 
#8
Yes, that is how the group import works. The savings get passed on to the customer, which is why the prices I can offer are lower than you will find at retail.

This current order should be landing in about 6-7 weeks, possibly sooner depending on the CITES paperwork. Definitely before Chrstmas.

Email me at [email protected] for details.
Those cross backs are very nice!

Can't wait to get my arowana ;)
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#9
I'm sure you will be happy with your fish Mike. :)

Everyone else out there who is still thinking about getting one, this would be the time to let me know. I only have a couple left available for sale in this order. First come, first served.

Wire payment tomorrow, fish should land in about 6 weeks.
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#12
Due to a mislabelling of the address the CITES papers were not delivered by Canada Post. I now have them on order by FEDEX. I should have them within next 24-72 hours. I want to arrange the shipment of these fish as soon as possible. I'll be sending out emails shortly.
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#15
I should know in next 24-48 hours which day the fish arrive in Vancouver. I know many people have special requests as to when I can trans-ship. I'll be in touch with everyone by email.
 

Cirrus

Arowana blogger
#19
Boom! Its done!! :)

Now I keep my fingers crossed that the many dozens of Asian arowana currently being shipped across Canada are all doing well!!

I've attached a few photos from earlier today. It was the first time I was able to break down a cargo container right next to my van. Some interesting guys importing live rats (??) and live lobsters. I've included a photo of one little aro peeking out of a bag :) I've also included a video of a Tong Yan in a customers tank. The fish is already eating :) In fact, I've heard from other customers who got their fish tonight that their fish are also eating. That is always a good sign.

I've uploaded a photo of a nice Merlion Ultimate Red imported from Dreamfish for a client a few years ago too. Same owner as the Tong Yan, so it will be interesting to see how that Tong Yan does over time.

In the coming days I am sure we'll get some more photos and videos posted here.

Cheers



[ame]https://youtu.be/mCDaxfZyKGE[/ame]
 

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#20
Boom! Its done!! :)

Now I keep my fingers crossed that the many dozens of Asian arowana currently being shipped across Canada are all doing well!!

I've attached a few photos from earlier today. It was the first time I was able to break down a cargo container right next to my van. Some interesting guys importing live rats (??) and live lobsters. I've included a photo of one little aro peeking out of a bag :) I've also included a video of a Tong Yan in a customers tank. The fish is already eating :) In fact, I've heard from other customers who got their fish tonight that their fish are also eating. That is always a good sign.

I've uploaded a photo of a nice Merlion Ultimate Red imported from Dreamfish for a client a few years ago too. Same owner as the Tong Yan, so it will be interesting to see how that Tong Yan does over time.

In the coming days I am sure we'll get some more photos and videos posted here.

Cheers



https://youtu.be/mCDaxfZyKGE

Theo, congratulations on another successful order. Thanks for my aro!
 
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