Top 8 Tips On Importing Goods From China (Infographic)

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Guest Post by Frank Ouyang of  Panda Paper Roll Company

In the past, China was widely known for its rich history, unique culture and commanding imperial dynasties. Nowadays, it has the fastest growing economy, rapidly becoming a worldwide superpower that is changing the way companies and individuals do business. With their constant developments in the import/export business, China has become the main source of bulk importing that saves businesses a lot of money and supplies them with affordable yet quality inventory.

Regardless if you own a small, medium or large sized business, importing quality products in bulk from China will allow you to stock up on a wide range of products that may not be available locally, while also being spared the expense of having to produce the items yourself. Thus, companies and small businesses alike can use their funds to focus more on market research, marketing strategies, and promotions while also having the option of re-branding the products they purchase in bulk. All of this results in lower costs and higher profits for the business owner without having to manufacture anything.

While importing from China may sound easy, there are several important factors to take into consideration that will help you a lot in the long run. Here is an interesting Infographic presented by Panda Paper Roll Company about the top 8 tips on importing goods from China.

top 8 tips on importing goods from chinaAbout the Author:

Frank Ouyang is the chief manager and co-founder of Panda Paper Roll Company, a paper roll supplier and mobile payment solution provider. In addition to his love for paper industry, Frank is also dedicated to helping small business entrepreneurs to run better businesses. You can read more at his website: www.pandapaperroll.com.

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  • Kim Jacob
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    Hi Frank,

    Thank you for these tips. The infographic that you used, aptly conveys the point. Are there any specific rules and regulations for barrel, drums or containers used to ship materials to China?

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