Ten most common issues faced while dealing with a supplier in China

Any of you looking to import products from China? If yes, then you must read this blog in order to deal with your future suppliers in a better way. Like any other place, suppliers in China are notorious and can cause harm to your business. Today, we will put forward the ten most common issues faced while dealing with Chinese suppliers and how to solve the problems?

 

  1. What should you do if a supplier does not cooperate, or the service is poor?
  2. What if the supplier is just anxious about the final payment/balance?
  3. What should you do if the supplier proposes to add other fees after paying the final payment?
  4. If you buy good materials, then the supplier gives you products with poor materials, and then the supplier says that because the price you paid work for poor materials, what do you do?
  5. What if the supplier does not customize your product according to the details you emphasize?
  6. If the supplier sells the goods (has been a long time keeping at their warehouse) you ordered to other customers at high prices, then it leads to a lack of stock. In addition, delaying delivery. What should you do?
  7. If you bargain too low price, then the supplier promises your offer, and as a result, the supplier supplies poor quality materials, and you still have a hard time finding out, what should you do?
  8. If you go to the supplier’s warehouse or factory for inspection, and then find a product problem, the supplier does not cooperate to solve it. At this time, you want to cancel the order. The supplier does not agree to refund you.
  9. What should you do if the supplier fails to deliver on time?
  10. What if the supplier says they have a quality inspector and still make a mistake?

 

These situations can arise with anyone and can affect your business. It is safe to bet to seek help from a trustworthy China sourcing company. These companies have experts who can help you deal with Chinese suppliers, negotiate on your behalf and, more importantly, keep a close eye on your investments.

 

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