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How to Find Local Freight Forwarders in China


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Old 04-21-2008, 11:39 PM
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Default How to Find Local Freight Forwarders in China

1. Decide whether you want to find a forwarder in your country or find a local forwarder in China.
2. .Obviously, finding a forwarder in your country is much easier, but the service charge in developed countries is much higher than in China.
3. .The lower labor cost, lower exchange rate and other factors make Chinese forwarders’ service charge much cheaper.
4. There are a lot of Chinese freight forwarders, but only a part of them are large, reliable and are able to offer high quality service.
5. Post a topic on an international business website, for an example,www.madeinchinatalk.com
6. You will definetly receive a lot of inquirys.
7. Carefully eveluate those forwarders.
8. Get in touch with the forwarders you have chosen.
* Generally speaking, the service charge of Chinese forwarders are much cheaper. So you don't need to pay much attention to it.
* However, you should carefully evaluate the forwarder's credit, reliablity, and ability.

* Don't assume the products freight of Chinese line as a matter of course. There are some special factors that are very different form other lines, such as ORC, SPS, THC,political rules etc.
* Believe that freight forwarders are professional, who know more than you about product freight.
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