In times of globalization and the necessity to adapt goods to the requirements of the international market, it is essential to be familiar with relevant certificates. Each marking is proof that a product meets specific technical and safety standards specified in national legislation. With regard to the electronics and telecommunications industry, one example of such marking is the FCC certificate.Continue reading
It seems that in today’s, so rapidly changing world, not using technological innovations is limiting. Most Chinese mobile phones, notebooks, displays, and other electronic products are exported, which makes China a global production base. Shenzhen being an unrivaled production area of electronics, is a place that will not let you down. We recommend participating in trade fairs and visiting Shenzhen electronics markets or the factory to make a successful deal. It’s worth remembering that visits of this type should not collide with the most important Chinese holidays, which usually don’t fall on the same date every year.
With each passing year, there are more and more technological innovations that most of us are waiting impatiently for. New devices and software help us work more efficiently. Various machines, smartphones and home appliances are an indispensable part of everyday life. Chinese manufacturers are leading in the creation of new technology, constantly coming up with innovations. A good solution for trade companies in this industry is attending electronics trade shows in China. There, you will find many new interesting products and meet potential business partners.
Right from the beginning Chinese products have been very well-known for their cheap price and bad quality. People often saw them as tacky and “made in China” tag created anxiety. Thanks to the small, not meeting the western standards Chinese stores that spread all over the Europe, China managed to quite permanently establish its name as the “kingdom of mass production that only copy other brands”. Many of us are probably not even aware how many Chinese companies became successful in the West, despite the hardships and mistrust they had to face. Even though cultural gap and historical stigma are difficult to overcome, it’s still not impossible to break through the foreign market.