When importing from China, e.g., through Chinese B2B sites, like Alibaba or Made-in-China, we encounter some abbreviations used by suppliers. It’s crucial to get familiar with them to fully understand an offer and services provided by a chosen supplier. One of them is MOQ. What is MOQ, and what does it influence? Why do sellers establish MOQ?Continue reading
Chinese online shopping platforms are extremely popular. International consumers more and more often order products from AliExpress and are not afraid of buying goods from China. There are also sites dedicated to wholesale trade, such as Made-in-China. It’s a B2B (business to business) portal, which means it’s devoted to larger imports and not to buying by an individual client. The website was launched in 1998 in Nankin by John’s Shen initiative. Made-in-China is also available in the app form for both Android and iOS systems.
In this article, we’ll show you how to place an order on Made-in-China step by step.Continue reading
B2B (business-to-business) online shopping services allow companies to cooperate easily. The term B2B indicates the act of selling online goods between companies. Offers from Chinese suppliers can generally be found on popular websites such as Alibaba and other equally noteworthy online platforms. In this article, we will discuss the various lesser-known alternatives to Alibaba in the Chinese market.Continue reading