No one likes getting a package in the mail to find the goods inside damaged or, worse, broken. When this happens the temptation is always to blame the postage services (everyone likes blaming their postie) but, no matter how bad the postal service is, just as often the damage will be caused by a poor packaging.
The lowest price in China relative to other suppliers is normally a big red flag. There are many logical reasons for cheap prices relative to other quotes.
China importing is a major opportunity for those that know the formula as it is the manufacturing capital of the world. There are so many factories in China so it can be a complicated process if you don’t follow the right advice. These are of risks when sourcing from China as there are a variety of qualities available which can lead to sub standard products. With the right guidance, these pitfalls can be avoided.
ChAFTA has made it easier and more profitable to import from China to Australia. It was introduced in 20 December 2015. On this day 7,289 individual Chinese tariffs were cut, 1,710 tariffs were eliminated completely and 5,579 had their first of several cuts. There was a free trade agreement portal set up to help https://ftaportal.dfat.gov.au. Therefore, it has never been a better time to import from china but there are a few things to consider first.