By Sean Genung

On Wednesday, Chinese and U.S. negotiators sat down for a two day discussion to hopefully come to an agreement on the burgeoning trade war. Most trade experts don’t expect much in the way of any serious breakthroughs. There is hope that the 200 billion tariff increase on Chinese imports will be postponed.

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By Sean Genung

There are many distributors and wholesalers websites that advertise for factories in China. People don’t have to look far to find a product to buy from a stock. These companies often make grand promises that they fail to deliver on.

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By Sean Genung

Some factories in China offer prototyping and engineering services. These factories will usually require a production order be placed with the design and prototype order.  In the past, we have referred some of our customers who wished to have their products developed in China to these companies.

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By Sean Genung

Prototyping is the first step taken to bring any product to the market. It is crucial that you finalize your designs and have a tested prototype before starting on any manufacturing to make sure your product functions exactly as you need it to.

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By Sean Genung

When our partner company in China searches for a factory, they look at a number of different factors.

Can they deliver on their promises?
Do they have an established history?
Are they responsive and reliable?
These are some of the factors that we consider when looking for a factory.

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By Sean Genung

By now, it is widely understood that China is the world’s leading exporter of manufactured goods. They have been at the head of global manufacturing for some time. By being able to lower the costs of these products, many of these items have become much more affordable and accessible for public use.

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By Sean Genung

Bringing a new product idea to the market can be a very exciting adventure, if not a little daunting. It is important that you get all your ducks in a row before…

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By Sean Genung

As winter approaches, so does the Chinese New Year. The 15 day festival, also known as “Lunar New Year” or the “Spring Festival” is based off the 14th century Chinese calendar.  Each…

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