Here is how we answered a question about how to find and verify for a Chinese supplier for a potential European client. As the answer is applicable to a wide range of products, I decided to blog about the Q&A.
Question about finding a supplier in China
Does your company provide recommendation on reputable companies for purchase of medical machines in China?
Mike’s Short Answer:
Thanks for your email. I am afraid we don’t find suppliers for you, but if you have a list of 1 or more potential suppliers, we can certainly conduct the due diligence to confirm they are legit, and set up the contracts to keep you safe.
Glad to help!
Deep Dive Into Chinese Supplier Identification, Verification & Management
- Finding The Right Supplier in China
- What is the Biggest Red Flag When Looking for the Right Type of Supplier at a Trade Show?
- Setting the Right Tone for Cooperation with China Suppliers
- Why should you assume that all potential suppliers are middlemen?
- China Trends (Part 1): How to verify the supplier is stable?
For more Information about finding and managing suppliers in China
Based on your question, I think you would be an ideal candidate to benefit from taking 15 minutes to watch this video tutorial I put together:
If you are interested, reach out to me via https://www.asiabridgelaw.com/resources/ and I’ll hook you up with the free access codes to watch this tutorial.
Glad to help!
Originally from Upstate New York, Mike Bellamy moved to Asia in 1993 and is a China business advisor to both Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. Recognized as an expert on China sourcing, he has been interviewed by WSJ, CNBC, FT & Bloomberg.
A featured presenter on China business issues at seminars, trade shows and corporate events across the globe, Mike is the author of “The Essential Reference Guide to China Sourcing” (available on Amazon). (toggle arrow to read more)
Mike founded a boutique sourcing agency in China with 1 employee working out of his small apartment back in 2002. That business grew quickly and during their best year Mike’s team was responsible for managing a 200 million USD supply chain (per annum) of goods flowing from China to the world on behalf of his clients at the PassageMaker Group.
He received a double degree in Diplomacy and Economics from the American University in Washington DC and went on to gain an International MBA from the University of South Carolina. Mike spent two years as a Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar researching Japanese factory management & quality control in Tokyo and Osaka.
Before launching his business, Mike studied Chinese in Harbin & Beijing in the 1990’s. He currently spends Spring/Fall in Shenzhen, Winters in Thailand & Summers at the family cottage in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Mike is married & has two daughters.
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