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Old 11-06-2010, 03:16 AM
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Do you know how to find Chinese suppliers?

We all know China is a great market, made-in-china products are more cheaper than other countries, millions of people are making profit by importing from China.

The point is find you a reliable supplier , rather than being scammed or getting poor quality.also I think you'd like deal direct with the manufacturer rather than a middleman. let me tell you something about China: most of the suppliers you meet online or at the trade fairs are trade companies, agents, middlemen or even scammers etc. In China, different products has their manufacturing bases in different cities. like shoes & garments factories are most located in Putian city Fujian province; leather product factories are gather round Guangdong province, and my hometown Liuyang city is the home of firework. plywood's bases are in Shandong province etc.

Since you can't come to China for a visit, the best way is get you a sourcing agent, soucing the suplier in China,in the meantime, verifying the supplier for you.
you can find me on skype : stin002, for more suggestion.

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Old 11-06-2010, 10:42 PM
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Hey,

I suppose there are heaps places like that but try DH Gate. It is similar to ebay except that it is more business oriented.


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DHGATE is a china-based site. yeah,it's kinda like ebay.


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Those B2B sites are kinda similar, we have checked many chinese suppliers for foreign customers, some gold members even turned out to be scammers.
some people wish buy brands from China with lower cost, and usually paied by western union or T/T, but finally they either lose their money or get a fake item.
For large orders. a charge of 100 or 200 dollars service compared to thousands dollars' business risk is nothing.


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How to do dropshipping from China to Australia?

Many people would like to have a small business while they are students, workers. But a relierable supplier is more important. Upsneaker provide our users this opportunities. It dealing clothing, shoes, caps, purse, belts, sunglasses...everythings. Just take a look around. You can google to find it.


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I suppose there are heaps places like that but try DH Gate. It is similar to ebay except that it is more business oriented.
DH Gate is good, but Duduta will be better because it is now specailized in doing wholesale and dropship. from both wholesale and dropship, you can benefit a lot not only from the price but also from the saving of stocking fee.
hope it could help/


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Old 11-12-2010, 10:28 AM
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We all know China is a great market, made-in-china products are more cheaper than other countries, millions of people are making profit by importing from China.

The point is find you a reliable supplier , rather than being scammed or getting poor quality.also I think you'd like deal direct with the manufacturer rather than a middleman. let me tell you something about China: most of the suppliers you meet online or at the trade fairs are trade companies, agents, middlemen or even scammers etc. In China, different products has their manufacturing bases in different cities. like shoes & garments factories are most located in Putian city Fujian province; leather product factories are gather round Guangdong province, and my hometown Liuyang city is the home of firework. plywood's bases are in Shandong province etc.

Since you can't come to China for a visit, the best way is get you a sourcing agent, soucing the suplier in China,in the meantime, verifying the supplier for you.
you can find me on skype : stin002, for more suggestion.

there is a site named "alibaba" there are many agents from china , you may check that .

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there is a site named "alibaba" there are many agents from china , you may check that .
As I know.most of the companies in alibaba are trading companies. agents. I think you'd rarther dealing with a factory directly.


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Old 11-29-2010, 02:27 PM
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We all know China is a great market, made-in-china products are more cheaper than other countries, millions of people are making profit by importing from China.

The point is find you a reliable supplier , rather than being scammed or getting poor quality.also I think you'd like deal direct with the manufacturer rather than a middleman. let me tell you something about China: most of the suppliers you meet online or at the trade fairs are trade companies, agents, middlemen or even scammers etc. In China, different products has their manufacturing bases in different cities. like shoes & garments factories are most located in Putian city Fujian province; leather product factories are gather round Guangdong province, and my hometown Liuyang city is the home of firework. plywood's bases are in Shandong province etc.

Since you can't come to China for a visit, the best way is get you a sourcing agent, soucing the suplier in China,in the meantime, verifying the supplier for you.
you can find me on skype : stin002, for more suggestion.
Hi, you said right. China is a great market, made-in-china products are more cheaper than other countries. There are several Chinese B2C websites selling large quantity of products made in China, such as Dinodirect.com. Good luck!


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Old 02-28-2011, 02:11 PM
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I suppose there are heaps places like that but try DH Gate. It is similar to ebay except that it is more business oriented.
It's true it is like ebay. I bought from DH Gate a mobile phone and I was unhappy with the product. Indeed, I had the possibility to return ot but at my own cost. So, I won't recommend it to anyone... poor quality for products.


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