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Points to Consider While Quoting for Promotional Products in China

By Jesus David Cano Romano
September 15, 2017
Promotional Products in China


Promotional products are great for branding and establishing a better reputation for your business. They can be the cheaper method for promoting your company in the long run, too. As long as you get promotional products from a reputable company in China, you can be sure to receive high-quality goods for your brand and satisfy your customers to gain an edge in your industry. Price is one of the most crucial factors that can influence your decision to hire a manufacturer. Here are some points to consider when quoting for promotional products in China:

• The manufacturer’s reputation – A company that makes promotional products may offer cheap prices, but are they reputable? Hence, take time to verify their reputation, track record of trustworthiness, and capability to provide high-quality promotional products to their customers.

• The cost – Avoid settling quickly for the company that quotes the cheapest price until you have compared it with others. Consider getting price quotes for promotional products in China from at least another or more reputable manufacturers and compare them along with other factors, like the company’s reputation, ease in communication, and quality of products before making your decision.

• If it is too good to be true, it probably is – Always beware of manufacturers who give the lowest prices until you can truly verify that they are trustworthy and that they offer high-quality promotional products. Remember to get in touch with the manufacturer and tell them about your specifications when quoting for promotional products in China, as the final price may change depending on your unique requirements.

• Confirm the turnaround time – Make sure that the manufacturer can complete and deliver the promotional products within the agreed deadline. Be sure that the turnaround time is ideal for you. To avoid delays, consider ordering promotional products at least six months ahead of your scheduled day of distributing them.