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calculator-desk-finance-1253591 How to Read a Shipping Quotation

How to Read a Shipping Quotation

Regardless of your experience in international freight forwarding, logistic quotations can seem like they have a lot of line items, and at times, are difficult to understand. This guide will walk you through each line item that might be found on an international shipping location when importing into the United States.Our guide highlights the mandatory charges...

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how to save How to Save Money When Paying Your Factory - Goodbye Bank Wire Fees!

How to Save Money When Paying Your Factory - Goodbye Bank Wire Fees!

When you want to transfer money to China, there are always associated costs. In this post, I detail my quest to find the safest, most reliable and least expensive method.

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How to Pay Manufacturers in China - Guest Post by Chad Rubin

How to Pay Manufacturers in China - Guest Post by Chad Rubin

China is the world's largest manufacturer, with a yearly output of more than $12 trillion in export products. For e-commerce stores, Chinese manufacturers represent a wide variety of possibilities, with benefits including lowered costs, faster production time, and massive factories capable of handling nearly anything you need...

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why choosing the cheapest Why Choosing the Cheapest Supplier Could Cost You

As a professional importer, one of the scariest things I hear clients ask is, "I saw this product quoted on Alibaba at 50 cents per unit. I'd like you to get it done for 25 cents." Can I do it? Yes, almost certainly. Will the client be satisfied with it? Well, that's a very different story.

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paying chinese suppliers Paying Chinese Suppliers via T/T Bank Wire Transfer

In this guide we'll go over the basics of using telegraphic transfer, or "T/T" bank wire transfers to pay your Chinese suppliers. While T/T is considered to be a universally accepted and relatively secure method of payment, it does require some close attention to detail in order to make sure your money gets where it needs to go. Let's face it, any transfer of large sums of money halfway across...

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