Esportare in Cina

Why export to China?

It is never too late to plan to initiate contacts and explore export possibilities to what will undoubtedly soon be the world’s leading economy, a country with a robust and resilient economy that not only has a growing middle class with medium-high purchasing power and interest in imported consumer products, but also a modern industry that demands increasingly higher quality domestic and imported equipment, machinery, components and raw materials.

The continuous upward trend and figures for imports of goods into China over the last 20 years are evidence of a reality that is already palpable for those of us who live in this part of the world.

Exporting to China has become one of the greatest commercial opportunities for producers around the world, and in their internationalization plans they should consider this challenge and study the possibilities of achieving it.

How can we help you?

Knowledge of the culture, the language and the particular way of doing business in China are definitely decisive for all those companies interested in successfully offering their products in the immense and booming Chinese market. ASK China Consultants, aware of both the difficulties of accessing this vast market and its great potential, offers its clients, among others, the following services:

  • Search for importers and distributors at national or provincial level.
  • Adaptation of the product according to market requirements or uses.
  • Organization of sales logistics.
  • Planning and organization of participation in specialized fairs.
  • Identification and access to the best distribution channels.
  • Media relations.
  • Product promotion.
  • Control and follow-up of sales operations.

ASK China Consultants has recently obtained the license to import, wholesale and retail within China, and makes this license available to its clients so that they can offer, at wholesale or retail level, their products locally directly to the final consumer while maintaining full control of the distribution chain and the trademark.

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