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Using Letters Of Credit With China Suppliers

Posted in China Business

This is a guest post from Renaud Anjoran. ¬†Renaud runs a product quality inspection business in Shenzhen and he also writes the truly excellent and perinially helpful Quality Inspection Tips. ¬† My firm has worked with Renaud on a number of China product matters and we have consistently found him to be highly knowledgeable about… Continue Reading

There Must Be Fifty Ways To Leave A Bad China Supplier.

Posted in China Business, Legal News

In a recent post by Renaud Anjoran, entitled, “Bad relationship with a Chinese supplier: just end it!” Renaud asks when a buyer of goods from a Chinese manufacturer should end its relationship with its Chinese supplier. I often wonder the same thing. Let me explain.  I often get called by buyers of Chinese product who… Continue Reading

Sourcing Product From China: The Definitive Checklist

Posted in China Business, Recommended Reading

I am a sucker for checklists. Doubly so when they are incredibly helpful, comprehensive and well done. Quality Control (QC) Inspector extraordinaire Renaud Anjoran recently did a “Checklist for importers in China and low-cost Asia” that sets out the steps one should be taking when sourcing product from China.   I am loathe even to… Continue Reading

The Five Steps To Successfully Buying Product From China.

Posted in China Business

Co-blogger Steve Dickinson and I had a wonderful dinner the other night with Renaud Anjoran. Renaud Anjoran is the founder of Sofeast, a quality assurance firm that assists small- and-medium importers with China quality control. Renaud has been based in Hong Kong and Shenzhen since 2006. He writes the Quality Inspection Tips blog, of which I… Continue Reading

Quality Control For Your China Products

Posted in China Business

It has been awhile since we have written on China product quality issues. As regular readers of this blog know, we are of the view that companies outsourcing to China must focus on 1) choosing the right partner, 2) using a good OEM contract, and 3) constantly engaging in quality control monitoring. Renaud Anjoran’s always… Continue Reading