What we do

We have been in China especially for our Clients for over 12 years.

What we can do for you:

      • Comprehensively organize imports from China in various industries
      • Consulting and negotiate
      • Optimize your existing businesses
      • Research the market and prepare marketing strategies for products introduced to the Chinese market

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Import from China

We are trying to offer our Clients comprehensive service in China.

As part of the arrangements with the Client, we can deal with:

   Searching for the best suppliers of interesting products
   Checking selected suppliers
     Follow orders

    Inspection of goods before shipment

   Combining shipments from different suppliers

   Organization and sending of samples
   Logistics in China and organization of shipments to Poland

We always try to solve emerging problems or doubts according to our best knowledge. We know that possible mistakes can be very costly – that’s why we avoid them.

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Costs or Profits

If you think that cooperation with us means additional costs – you are wrong. – If we start cooperation, it is to generate profits, not losses for our Clients!

At every stage of cooperation, we are in constant contact with our Clients to explain and suggest the best solutions.

Our knowledge, experience, presence in China bring tangible benefits to our Clients.

Thanks to cooperation with us, you can avoid costly mistakes.

It really pays off!

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You know what. We – how.

If you are planning your business in China and you know what you are looking for and expect – we are at your disposal.

We will help you find the best solution, the best supplier, interesting product and organize your business in China in the best possible way.

Thanks to this, you can get what you expect without wasting time, mistakes and incurring unnecessary costs.

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A conversation to start.

If in doubt – contact us – write an e-mail, briefly but specifically describe what we should know at the beginning.
We will try to answer as soon as possible. We often call back. A direct conversation with our Clients and a good understanding is the basis for us.

Better understanding at the beginning will allow us to save time and determine the best cooperation concept.
Conversations don’t cost us anything, but the knowledge we get out of them is often priceless.

Let’s give ourselves a chance for start up!

Our time in China

1999. First steps

Our presence in China begins in 1999.

We were collecting our first experiences then.

Acting as a trading company, we paved the way in the Chinese business jungle.

Running a business at that time was really difficult. There was nothing here for sure, especially the quality and solidity. Communication in English was huge problems as well.
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Our time in China

1999. First steps

Our presence in China begins in 1999.

We were collecting our first experiences then.

Acting as a trading company, we paved the way in the Chinese business jungle.

Running a business at that time was really difficult. There was nothing here for sure, especially the quality and punctuality. solidity. Communication in English was huge problems as well.

2003. Gradual changes

From year to year, China changed its face. China in 2003 looked like a huge construction site!

Businessmen from Europe were practically absent. They reappeared twice a year at the Canton Fair and disappeared as soon as they appeared.

Business with the Chinese was still unpredictable and burdened with high risk.

2008. Acceleration

From year to year, China changed its face.

Suddenly, and out of nowhere, huge housing estates, factories, expressways, high-speed railway stations and airports were built. The pace of these changes was just amazing.

In 2008, we decided to use our many years of experience in China. In order to create a service platform for customers importing goods from China, we opened a company in Hong Kong.

2015. New opening!

After many years of observing the development trends of the Chinese market, we made a decision to open a new direction of activity.

This was mainly due to the opening of the Chinese market to goods from abroad.

In addition to serving customers importing from China, we undertook to build new distribution channels for products imported to China.
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Today

The world is winning with successive waves of the pandemic, but stabilization and normality are still a long way off.
At the beginning of the pandemic, most foreigners left China in panic. Returning to China is still very difficult and the return procedures very complicated. More

 

Surprisingly, the business is no worse than it was before the epidemic. The Chinese Yuan rate, like export, is constantly growing. This is despite a huge, almost 10-fold increase in sea freight prices and a significant increase in the cost of most raw materials.

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…what’s next?

What will the next years bring? We’ll find out soon.

After everything that has happened in the world recently, we live with the hope that now it can only get better.

We look to the future with optimism and look forward to new challenges.
If you have an interesting topic to implement in China – share it with us, we may be able to help you or show you the right way.

We look forward to working with you!

Our time in China

1999 – First steps

Our presence in China begins in 1999.

We were collecting our first experiences then.

Acting as a trading company, we paved the way in the Chinese business jungle.

Running a business at that time was really difficult. There was nothing here for sure, especially the quality and solidity. Communication in English was huge problems as well.
More

 

2003 – Gradual changes

From year to year, China changed its face. China in 2003 looked like a huge construction site!

Businessmen from Europe were practically absent. They reappeared twice a year at the Canton Fair and disappeared as soon as they appeared.

Business with the Chinese was still unpredictable and burdened with high risk.

2008 – Acceleration

From year to year, China changed its face.

Suddenly, and out of nowhere, huge housing estates, factories, expressways, high-speed railway stations and airports were built. The pace of these changes was just amazing.

In 2008, we decided to use our many years of experience in China. In order to create a service platform for customers importing goods from China, we opened a company in Hong Kong.

2015 – New opening!

After many years of observing the development trends of the Chinese market, we made a decision to open a new direction of activity.

This was mainly due to the opening of the Chinese market to goods from abroad.

In addition to serving customers importing from China, we undertook to build new distribution channels for products imported to China.

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Today

The world is winning with successive waves of the pandemic, but stabilization and normality are still a long way off.
At the beginning of the pandemic, most foreigners left China in panic. Returning to China is still very difficult and the return procedures very complicated. More

 

Surprisingly, the business is no worse than it was before the epidemic. The Chinese Yuan rate, like export, is constantly growing. This is despite a huge, almost 10-fold increase in sea freight prices and a significant increase in the cost of most raw materials.

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…what’s next?

What will the next years bring? We’ll find out soon.

After everything that has happened in the world recently, we live with the hope that now it can only get better.

We look to the future with optimism and look forward to new challenges.

If you have an interesting topic to implement in China – share it with us, we may be able to help you or show you the right way.

We look forward to working with you!

We help

We have been providing our Customers with reliable and safe service for over 14 years.

We work with both large importers and companies taking their first steps in business on the Chinese market. We approach each client flexibly.

Every day we confirm dozens of important and small details related to orders execution. We try to solve them quickly and profitably, but most of all we do our best to avoid big problems!

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Understanding

Mutual understanding is the basic condition for a good relationship.

That is why we always try to talk to our Clients.

It allows us to eliminate misunderstandings, mistakes and allows us to quickly make the right decisions.

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It can be better

Milions of Customers import goods from China. It is done by large, medium and very small companies.

When asked for a comment, they most often answer – “we can do it”.

The reality shows that it is different.

No importer has the patent to make only the best choices. More

 

Being present in this market for over a dozen years, we have learned how to talk to Chinese suppliers in order to provide our Clients with competitive offers.

Safety and optimization of activities at every stage of the business are the basic issues on which we focus.

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Partner in China

Companies seriously interested in operating on the Chinese market should consider cooperation with a permanent Partner.

As a result, the risk of trading with the Chinese suppliers can be reduced to a minimum.

Frequent trips to China, visits to factories, and maintaining good contacts with suppliers is very important, but not enough. Nothing can replace us with the right person in China who will represent us and provide help, advice, support and experience. More

 

The choice should be made consciously considering all the specific conditions related to the conducted or planned activity.

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Selection criteria

Before choosing a Partner, it is worth considering the relevant criteria.

According to our experience, Clients often make their choices on impulse, which is not the best solution.

If we have a choice, it is better to make it consciously and after analyzing all the arguments for and against. More

 

Below are some of the most criteria together with our suggestions:

Level of security – choosing a company or person – choosing a person seemingly seems like a cheaper option, but in fact it does not have to be. Therefore, choosing a company is a safer solution.
Greater flexibility, speed of actions taken – will ensure you cooperation with a smaller company. In addition, a large company usually means higher costs.
Ease of communication – One of the foundations of good cooperation is ease of communication and mutual understanding. Therefore, a definitely better to choose a person / company with whom we have good and easy contact.

One of the most important prerequisites is appropriate experience and trust in the Partner.

Since your Partner in China will represent and build the image of your company, it is worth having a direct conversation with him before making the final decision about choosing a Partner.

Good contact, mutual understanding and trust are the basis of future success.

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Partner and benefits

Contrary to appearances, choosing a Partner to support our activities does not have to mean an increase in costs. It should be just the opposite – a good Partner in China should provide us with additional profits.

Of course, it all depends on the arrangements, contract and its terms:

    • If you make the right choice, you’ll quickly find that everything can be done better, faster, safer and cheaper.
    • If you have any doubts, are you looking for real support in China – contact us – we are always open to new challenges.

Basic points

On the pulse

What we most often underestimate is the power and importance of negotiations and direct contact with our Chinese supplier.

If someone thinks that long cooperation with a supplier in China is an automatic guarantee of the best conditions – they are wrong! Therefore, it is worth thinking about it before realizing how much we have lost forever.

Your supplier should always feel that you are on the pulse – that you are present even though you are physically on the other side of the world.

Thanks to us, you have such opportunities. Our Clients appreciate the importance of negotiations and are happy to use them because it simply pays off.
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Basic points

On the pulse

What we most often underestimate is the power and importance of negotiations and direct contact with our Chinese supplier.

If someone thinks that long cooperation with a supplier in China is an automatic guarantee of the best conditions – they are wrong! Therefore, it is worth thinking about it before realizing how much we have lost forever.

Your supplier should always feel that you are on the pulse – that you are present even though you are physically on the other side of the world.

Thanks to us, you have such opportunities. Our Clients appreciate the importance of negotiations and are happy to use them because it simply pays off.

A priceless option

Constant contact with the supplier can be realized in many ways. This can be done by e-mail, by phone or by occasional visits when traveling to China. It’s worth using them, although the last road is practically closed due to the persistent entry restrictions to China.

By far the best solution is to have a local representative who can negotiate with your suppliers.

It is worth thinking about it in advance in order to be able to quickly use this option when the need arises.

Twice the benefit

Showing your supplier that we want to be up to date, that we control what is happening on the market, that we check the quality of orders carried out with him, will certainly not be perceived by him as a lack of trust on our part.

On the contrary, for the supplier, such actions automatically raise the profile of your company. Your supplier will just appreciate it.

Keeping an eye on your business is natural and obvious in China. Whoever does not, in the eyes of the Chinese, exposes himself to unnecessary risks and weakens his position.

Controlling and talking to suppliers gives you a double benefit. Therefore, let’s use every possible opportunity to be up to date and emphasize our presence. Roll down

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Practice

Theories

When it comes to negotiating, Clients often overestimate their strength and possibilities.

We wrongly assume that since we generally have no problem with conducting negotiations, we will be able to handle business talks with the Chinese.

Such assumptions often lead to serious image losses and, as a result, financial losses, which we may not be aware of at first. More

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Practice

Theories

When it comes to negotiating, Clients often overestimate their strength and possibilities.

We wrongly assume that since we generally have no problem with conducting negotiations, we will be able to handle business talks with the Chinese.

Such assumptions often lead to serious image losses and, as a result, financial losses, which we may not be aware of at first.

Reality

In China, business etiquette is completely different than in Europe. Getting to know it requires a lot of time, patience and observation. Years of experience and practice are needed to learn how to use it and to use it skillfully in business.

For example:

    • Contrary to appearances, the Chinese often remember about lapses and tactics.
    • The Chinese businessman does not refuse outright, and he perfectly masks his real feelings. This often gives the Customer the illusion of an apparent win.

We can avoid this type of problem by using the support of people who know the local customs. Roll down

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Types of negotiations

Due to their nature, negotiations should be divided into three basic groups:

    • Preliminary negotiations related to the commencement of cooperation
    • Ongoing negotiations – during the cooperation – resulting from the need to make some changes or obtain better conditions
    • Task Negotiations – during the cooperation – related, for example, to the need to find solutions to current problems

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Choices

Good communication

In each case, negotiations require very good cooperation, constant contact and quick exchange of information between the Client and the person representing him.

Without good mutual communication, achieving a satisfactory result of the talks may be extremely difficult.
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Choices

Good communication

In each case, negotiations require very good cooperation, constant contact and quick exchange of information between the Client and the person representing him.

Without good mutual communication, achieving a satisfactory result of the talks may be extremely difficult.

Important choice

The basic condition for the success of negotiations is choosing the right person. It should be a person with whom we are in good contact and who is able to understand the details of the issues discussed.

The person who represents us should be open, creative and persuasive.

Let’s remember. Well-conducted negotiations are not only a practical, temporary profit related to the achievement of the intended goals, but above all, a long-term profit related to the increase in the prestige of your company. Roll down

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Why us

Our advantage is over a dozen years of experience and practice in conducting effective negotiations.

You can find out about it easily by contacting us and arranging a face-to-face interview.

The initial conversation does not oblige either party to anything, so it is worth making such an attempt.

If we are able to help, we will not refuse and we will do everything in our power to agree on reasonable terms of cooperation.

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Application procedure

STEP 1. Contact us – Write us an e-mail or call us – we will arrange an initial interview.

STEP 2. Sending details. Prepare and send us detailed information on the topic in question. They should include:

    • Important details from the point of view of the cooperation with the supplier so far.
    • A detailed description of the issues to be negotiated
    • Initial definition of the expectations and goals that we set for ourselves and the scope of possible compromises
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STEP 3. Detail analysis. On the basis of the details sent to us, we perform an initial analysis of the application and the possibility of performing the expected actions by us.

STEP 4. Establishing conditions. Before executing the order, we determine the method of settlement for the agreed scope of activities. Each Client and task is different, therefore we approach each application individually. We try to be flexible and adapt to the Client’s expectations.

All additional costs related to the actions taken, for example: travel costs, accommodation, daily allowances, etc. are covered by the Client. These costs are always pre-determined and accepted by the Client before executing the order.

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Formula of conversations

Depending on the arrangements made, we conduct our negotiations:

    • On your own – recently the most popular formula, especially now, in the era of a global pandemic, when organizing a trip to China is not an easy thing.
    • Together with the Client – then we conduct talks together, we set up their plan and course on an ongoing basis so as to achieve the intended goals.

Regardless of the formula adopted, we approach each negotiation in the same way – always professionally and with the greatest care.

We try to properly prepare for them, get acquainted with all the relevant details and choose the right moment for their implementation.

We realize that every detail can be important and sometimes it can be decisive for the final result of the talks.

Next

Balance always on +

It is difficult to predict the outcome of the negotiations at first.

One thing is certain – it is definitely worth taking advantage of this opportunity.
In such a situation, most often the mere negotiation with the Chinese side is a success.

Even if the result is seemingly not fully satisfactory, the effort made will pay off in time. This is because the Chinese always position their Customers on larger and smaller, more and less important.

Well-conducted negotiations and an appropriate negotiator are always additional prestige of benefits for the company that orders them.

Basic points

On the pulse

What we most often underestimate is the power and importance of negotiations and direct contact with our Chinese supplier.

If someone thinks that long cooperation with a supplier in China is an automatic guarantee of the best conditions – they are wrong! Therefore, it is worth thinking about it before realizing how much we have lost forever.

Your supplier should always feel that you are on the pulse – that you are present even though you are physically on the other side of the world.

Thanks to us, you have such opportunities. Our Clients appreciate the importance of negotiations and are happy to use them because it simply pays off.

More

 

A priceless option

Constant contact with the supplier can be realized in many ways. This can be done by e-mail, by phone or by occasional visits when traveling to China. It’s worth using them, although the last road is practically closed due to the persistent entry restrictions to China.

By far the best solution is to have a local representative who can negotiate with your suppliers.

It is worth thinking about it in advance in order to be able to quickly use this option when the need arises.

Twice the benefit

Showing your supplier that we want to be up to date, that we control what is happening on the market, that we check the quality of orders carried out with him, will certainly not be perceived by him as a lack of trust on our part.

On the contrary, for the supplier, such actions automatically raise the profile of your company. Your supplier will just appreciate it.

Keeping an eye on your business is natural and obvious in China. Whoever does not, in the eyes of the Chinese, exposes himself to unnecessary risks and weakens his position.

Controlling and talking to suppliers gives you a double benefit. Therefore, let’s use every possible opportunity to be up to date and emphasize our presence.

Next

Practice

Theories

When it comes to negotiating, Clients often overestimate their strength and possibilities.

We wrongly assume that since we generally have no problem with conducting negotiations, we will be able to handle business talks with the Chinese.

Such assumptions often lead to serious image losses and, as a result, financial losses, which we may not be aware of at first.
More

 

Reality

In China, business etiquette is completely different than in Europe. Getting to know it requires a lot of time, patience and observation. Years of experience and practice are needed to learn how to use it and to use it skillfully in business.

For example:

    • Contrary to appearances, the Chinese often remember about lapses and tactics. in China, tactics are often remembered.
    • The Chinese businessman does not refuse outright, and he perfectly masks his real feelings. This often gives the Customer the illusion of an apparent win.

We can avoid this type of problem by using the support of people who know the local customs.

Next

Types of negotiations

Due to their nature, negotiations should be divided into three basic groups:

    • Preliminary negotiations related to the commencement of cooperation.
    • Ongoing negotiations – during the cooperation – resulting from the need to make some changes or obtain better conditions
    • Task Negotiations – during the cooperation – related, for example, to the need to find solutions to current problems

Next

Choices

Good communication

In each case, negotiations require very good cooperation, constant contact and quick exchange of information between the Client and the person representing him.

Without good mutual communication, achieving a satisfactory result of the talks may be extremely difficult.

More

 

Important choice

The basic condition for the success of negotiations is choosing the right person. It should be a person with whom we are in good contact and who is able to understand the details of the issues discussed.

The person who represents us should be open, creative and persuasive.

Let’s remember. Well-conducted negotiations are not only a practical, temporary profit related to the achievement of the intended goals, but above all, a long-term profit related to the increase in the prestige of your company.

Next

Why us

Our advantage is over a dozen years of experience and practice in conducting effective negotiations.

You can find out about it easily by contacting us and arranging a face-to-face interview.

The initial conversation does not oblige either party to anything, so it is worth making such an attempt.

If we are able to help, we will not refuse and we will do everything in our power to agree on reasonable terms of cooperation.

Next

Application procedure

STEP 1. Contact us – Write us an e-mail or call us – we will arrange an initial interview.

STEP 2. Sending details. Prepare and send us detailed information on the topic in question. They should include:

    • Important details from the point of view of the cooperation with the supplier so far.
    • A detailed description of the issues to be negotiated
    • Initial definition of the expectations and goals that we set for ourselves and the scope of possible compromises
More

 

STEP 3. Detail analysis. On the basis of the details sent to us, we perform an initial analysis of the application and the possibility of performing the expected actions by us.

STEP 4. Establishing conditions. Before executing the order, we determine the method of settlement for the agreed scope of activities. Each Client and task is different, therefore we approach each application individually. We try to be flexible and adapt to the Client’s expectations.

All additional costs related to the actions taken, for example: travel costs, accommodation, daily allowances, etc. are covered by the Client. These costs are always pre-determined and accepted by the Client before executing the order.

Next

Formula of conversations

Depending on the arrangements made, we conduct our negotiations:

    • On your own – recently the most popular formula, especially now, in the era of a global pandemic, when organizing a trip to China is not an easy thing.
    • Together with the Client – then we conduct talks together, we set up their plan and course on an ongoing basis so as to achieve the intended goals.

Regardless of the formula adopted, we approach each negotiation in the same way – always professionally and with the greatest care.

We try to properly prepare for them, get acquainted with all the relevant details and choose the right moment for their implementation.

We realize that every detail can be important and sometimes it can be decisive for the final result of the talks.

Next

Balance always on +

It is difficult to predict the outcome of the negotiations at first.

One thing is certain – it is definitely worth taking advantage of this opportunity.
In such a situation, most often the mere negotiation with the Chinese side is a success.

Even if the result is seemingly not fully satisfactory, the effort made will pay off in time. This is because the Chinese always position their Customers on larger and smaller, more and less important.

Well-conducted negotiations and an appropriate negotiator are always additional prestige of benefits for the company that orders them.

Inspections

As part of our business, we perform inspections of goods and manufacturers in China. Before carrying out the inspection, we arrange all relevant details with the Clients who commission them:

    • form,
    • time
    • place of inspection
    • the scope of inspection

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Types of inspection

Due to their nature inspections can be divided into three main groups:

    • General – their essence is to check the manufacturer before making the final customer decision to start cooperation with the selected supplier.
    • Detailed – are always precisely agreed with customers and usually relate to checking the equipment, infrastructure and organization of production in terms of the possibility of executing customer orders and an appropriate level of quality control.
    • Quality – it’s inspection carried out prior to the receipt of goods from the supplier, the details of which are always agreed with the customer before it’s made.

If necessary, we advise the Client on how to correctly define the inspection criteria so that they are adapted to the type of product and expectations related to the required quality.

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General Inspection

As part of the Supplier’s General Inspection, we check and clarify, among others:

    • Whether the company’s registration documents are accurate and complete
    • Whether the supplier selected by the Customer is actually the manufacturer
    • Are there goods sought by the Customer among the products it produces?
    • Whether the quality of the goods produced by the supplier is in line with the quality requirements expected by the Customer

After collecting the necessary information, we perform appropriate analysis and present the Customer with our overall supplier assessment.

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Detailed Inspection

Detailed inspection usually take place just before the Customer makes the final decision about making the first order.

They are very important from the point of view of transaction security, and also give the Customer the necessary knowledge about the potential and capabilities of the supplier.
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Standard audits of companies performed by us include:

    • Overall vision of the local production plant in the place indicated by the supplier.
    • Meeting with the management of the company (usually its owners) and conduct a conversation regarding the possibilities and conditions of possible cooperation with the Client.
    • Checking production possibilities, including:
      • General technical condition of owned machines and devices
      • Working lines and technological processes performed by the supplier himself
      • The general condition of the company, the appearance of the production warehouse and the finished product warehouse
      • Level and methods of quality control of manufactured goods

We also evaluate, if possible:

    • Qualifications of the management and production staff
    • The quality of the packaging used

We prepare a report and extensive photo and video documentation of the inspection carried out, along with the necessary description, our comments, observations and suggestions.

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Quality

Quantity and quantity inspection are usually carried out at the place and time agreed with the Customer and supplier after the order is completed. As part of such control, we check:

    • Compliance of the order with the “Packing List” document presented by the supplier
    • Compliance of descriptions on the outer cartons and on unit packages
    • General workmanship, finishing and packaging of randomly selected products of each type ordered. The number of controlled products (percentage or numerical) and the level of detail of the control are pre-agreed with the Customer before the control begins.
    • Other important parameters of the product or device in accordance with the instructions provided by the Customer and agreed prior to the inspection
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If any qualitative or quantitative problems are identified, subsequent randomly selected goods are checked.
If required by the situation during the inspection, we contact the Client directly and determine how to proceed.

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Control costs

We set the costs of the control individually with each Client. They depend on many factors related to a specific order

The final price of our service is influenced by many variable factors that we discuss with the Client before making the inspection. They are mainly:

    • Form of control
    • The scope and detail of the audit
    • Time and place
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If it is necessary to go to the supplier’s factory or warehouse, the Customer covers all related costs;

    • travel
    • hotels
    • other additional costs related to the performed control

We agree all costs of control with the Client prior to commencing the execution of the order.

Market potential

China like the Himalayas

China is not only the world’s largest producer of most goods, but also a huge domestic market. The Chinese market is a tasty morsel for most of the world’s major tycoons and well-known brands.

Unfortunately, due to its specificity, it is a difficult and inaccessible market.

Conquering China without a good plan and agent can be as difficult and dangerous as conquering Himalayas without support and a guide. More

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Market potential

China like the Himalayas

China is not only the world’s largest producer of most goods, but also a huge domestic market. The Chinese market is a tasty morsel for most of the world’s major tycoons and well-known brands.

Unfortunately, due to its specificity, it is a difficult and inaccessible market.

Conquering China without a good plan and agent can be as difficult and dangerous as conquering Himalayas without support and a guide.

A chance for success

Before we make the final decision to take action, it is worth getting to know the possibilities and threats of trying to expand into the Chinese market and consider all the options at our disposal.

Choosing the right Partner is also invaluable. It can make sure that nobody and nothing will surprise us on the way to the goal.

However, we must remember that despite the best preparations, the market will ultimately verify our chances.
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When planning our activities, let’s not focus on quick and easy success.

It is much wiser to assume that we are going to have a long and hard journey. The final result will depend not only on our commitment and expenditure, but also on the hitmanship, creativity and experience of our team. Roll down 

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Market analysis

Before making a decision to enter the Chinese market, you should commission a market research that will allow us to initially estimate the chances of success of the planned project.

As part of such a study, the following should be specified:

    • Product group – selected the most interesting products that will have the best chance on the local market
    • Target groups of recipients – to whom we will direct sales offers
    • Planned distribution channels – with which we want to reach specific target groups
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Additionally, it is necessary:

    • Determining the budget – adjusted to the planned forms of advertising and promotion
    • Conducting a market competition and absorption study – for selected products or their groups
    • Checking the requirements for our products – necessary for their admission to sale on the Chinese market by selected distribution channel.

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Let’s get started

In case of a positive result of the initial analysis, after making the decision to enter the local market, you should consider taking further steps.

In the first phase, standard activities usually consist of:

    • Bringing the necessary samples of goods.
    • Performing tests of selected products in order to obtain all necessary approvals and permits enabling their sale in China.
    • Establishing possible distribution channels.
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In the next phase of preparations you should:

    • Search for potential Partners interested in importing and distributing selected products.
    • Conduct negotiations with them and discuss all relevant details related to the start of cooperation.
    • Verify the plans of marketing and advertising activities and related budgets.

The full list of activities always depends on the specificity of the products, industry and the assumed strategic plan of entry and distribution.

We can help in taking these actions.

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Always ready

We are open and ready to cooperate with any Client who interests us and convince us to their proposals.

We are happy to take up challenges, but only when we see a real chance and possibilities for success.

Thanks to our experience, knowledge and ideas, we can help our Clients make the right decisions and choose the best path.
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The final result of our activities is influenced by many factors. The most important of them are:

    • Product attractiveness
    • Appropriate business plan and assumptions
    • Adopting an appropriate entry strategy
    • Selection of an appropriate team responsible for the development and implementation of our activities.

Regardless of the actions taken, when deciding to enter such a huge and specific market, we must take into account the possible threats that are associated with it.

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Let’s win together

In the face of the pandemic and the collapse of many local markets, the pressure to enter such an absorbent market for many producers from around the world is even greater and the prospect is more tempting.

Competition and a large supply of new products mean that the bar is constantly rising. However, these undoubted difficulties do not change the attractiveness of this market at all.

The increasing demand and the ever-increasing interest of Chinese consumers in imported products create a great opportunity. Opportunities that should be used provided it is done skillfully. More

 

Companies that will approach this task seriously and professionally have the best chance for ultimate success. Exporters must show determination and patience supported by the experience and creativity of their local Partners.

Opening the market in China is a huge challenge, which is why it is reasonable to undertake such activities together with the appropriate local Partner.

Market potential

China like the Himalayas

China is not only the world’s largest producer of most goods, but also a huge domestic market. The Chinese market is a tasty morsel for most of the world’s major tycoons and well-known brands.

Unfortunately, due to its specificity, it is a difficult and inaccessible market.
Conquering China without a good plan and agent can be as difficult and dangerous as conquering Himalayas without support and a guide.
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A chance for success

Before we make the final decision to take action, it is worth getting to know the possibilities and threats of trying to expand into the Chinese market and consider all the options at our disposal.

Choosing the right Partner is also invaluable. It can make sure that nobody and nothing will surprise us on the way to the goal.

However, we must remember that despite the best preparations, the market will ultimately verify our chances.

When planning our activities, let’s not focus on quick and easy success.
It is much wiser to assume that we are going to have a long and hard journey. The final result will depend not only on our commitment and expenditure, but also on the hitmanship, creativity and experience of our team.

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Market analysis

Before making a decision to enter the Chinese market, you should commission a market research that will allow us to initially estimate the chances of success of the planned project.

As part of such a study, the following should be specified:

    • Product group – selected the most interesting products that will have the best chance on the local market
    • Target groups of recipients – to whom we will direct sales offers
    • Planned distribution channels – with which we want to reach specific target groups
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Additionally, it is necessary:

  • Determining the budget – adjusted to the planned forms of advertising and promotion
  • Conducting a market competition and absorption study – for selected products or their groups
  • Checking the requirements for our products – necessary for their admission to sale on the Chinese market by selected distribution channels

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Let’s get started

In case of a positive result of the initial analysis, after making the decision to enter the local market, you should consider taking further steps.

In the first phase, standard activities usually consist of:

    • Bringing the necessary samples of goods.
    • Performing tests of selected products in order to obtain all necessary approvals and permits enabling their sale in China.
    • Establishing possible distribution channels.
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In the next phase of preparations you should:

  • Search for potential Partners interested in importing and distributing selected products.
  • Conduct negotiations with them and discuss all relevant details related to the start of cooperation.
  • Verify the plans of marketing and advertising activities and related budgets.

The full list of activities always depends on the specificity of the products, industry and the assumed strategic plan of entry and distribution.

We can help in taking these actions.


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Always ready

We are open and ready to cooperate with any Client who interests us and convince us to their proposals.

We are happy to take up challenges, but only when we see a real chance and possibilities for success.

Thanks to our experience, knowledge and ideas, we can help our Clients make the right decisions and choose the best path. More

 

The final result of our activities is influenced by many factors. The most important of them are:

  • Product attractiveness
  • Appropriate business plan and assumptions
  • Adopting an appropriate entry strategy
  • Selection of an appropriate team responsible for the development and implementation of our activities.

Regardless of the actions taken, when deciding to enter such a huge and specific market, we must take into account the possible threats that are associated with it.

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Let’s win together

In the face of the pandemic and the collapse of many local markets, the pressure to enter such an absorbent market for many producers from around the world is even greater and the prospect is more tempting.

Competition and a large supply of new products mean that the bar is constantly rising. However, these undoubted difficulties do not change the attractiveness of this market at all.

The increasing demand and the ever-increasing interest of Chinese consumers in imported products create a great opportunity. Opportunities that should be used provided it is done skillfully. More

 

Companies that will approach this task seriously and professionally have the best chance for ultimate success. Exporters must show determination and patience supported by the experience and creativity of their local Partners.

Opening the market in China is a huge challenge, which is why it is reasonable to undertake such activities together with the appropriate local Partner.

Glob All Trade Company Limited

Glob All Trade Company Limited
香港九龍觀塘鯉魚門道二號新城工商中心517室
Rm.517, New City Centre, 2 Lei Yue Mun Road,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
zac@open2cn.co
phone; +86-136-0244-0784

Kontakt w Chinach
Room 201, No 216, 2-nd Floor, No 365, Nanzhou Road,
Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510280 China
中国广东省广州市海珠区南洲路365号2楼216号201
ocean@open2cn.com
phone; +86-1371142-6965

Glob All Trade Company Limited
香港九龍觀塘鯉魚門道二號新城工商中心517室
Rm.517, New City Centre, 2 Lei Yue Mun Road,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
zac@open2cn.co
phone; +86-136-0244-0784

Kontakt w Chinach
Room 201, No 216, 2-nd Floor, No 365, Nanzhou Road,
Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510280 China
中国广东省广州市海珠区南洲路365号2楼216号201
ocean@open2cn.com
phone; +86-1371142-6965

                           

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