You were emailing with your overseas suppliers about the new orders. The supplier was replying with their bank information. You were arranging the payment via wire transfer…
By Grace Wong Sep 23, 2014 0 comments
It is said there are hundreds of inspection service providers in China nowadays. Some of them, as big as SGS, Intertek or Bureau Veritas, are multi-national giants with more than 100 years history. Some of them, as small as self-employed inspectors, that have only 2 or 3 staff all together.
How to find your ideal quality control partner in China?
As of today (Sep.2019), the US-China trade war is still ongoing very fiercely between the 2 super powers. Sourcing from South East Asia is not a new trend but the current situation is boosting the process to a new level for the whole region. Among this region, Vietnam appears as one of the big Winner of this turmoil. Last week Google announced it was probably moving production of its Pixel smartphone to Vietnam, Apple and Foxconn are considering doing the same, Samsung or LG already have factories in the country and Nike source over 50% of its products from there.
Here comes the last part of our article with this part 3. In the previous parts we had listed the best tradeshows and online platforms where you can find suppliers, we then gave practical tips to build your list of potential suppliers and assess them.
With this final article it’s now time to choose the ultimate supplier you will be working with!
This article takes around 6 minutes to read (≈ 1000 words). Looking forward to see you using the tips we are sharing below.
Selecting the right manufacturer is indeed one of the most crucial steps to bring about the success of an importing process.
The right manufacturer is the one which can guarantee effective production procedures, accurate designs as well as lower costs. When you select a perfect supplier using the right methods, you can establish a cooperation that will add up to the growth of your company. If you make the wrong choice, however, you may not only lose the investment, but also lose the trust of your clientele, and this will eventually put you out of business.
By Mathieu Mar 21, 2019 0 comments