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Be ULTRA SPECIFIC with your Chinese Suppliers

Sunchine Inspection, a professional one-stop international inspection provider, focus on providing more flexible and humanized inspection serviceto clients from all over the world.

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Road, 210019 – Nanjing – R.P.China

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Contact: Mr. Francois SHI

Managing Director in China Office

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Website: https://www.sunchineinspection.com

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BY RENAUD ANJORANIn a recent trip to Yiwu (not the place where one will find high-quality products!), I noticed several interesting things.

When an importer prepares a specifications sheet, I always recommend being ultra-specific (“include what tools to use, what tolerance to follow, and so on”). Same thing when preparing a list of potential defects: show a lot of photos, try to think of everything that can go wrong

Here is a good example to follow: an airport board that shows a list of knives and guns that are forbidden!

Can you be more specific than that? Probably not.

Is it overkill? Unfortunately, not in China.

 

I think there is a lesson here for importers.

Bad communication with Chinese suppliers

  • Send information at different times, in different formats.
  • Use email, then Skype, then email again, then the phone…
  • Count on the supplier to glue the pieces together (after all it’s their job, right?).
  • Give feedback on pre-production samples, and use the samples you approved as “the standard”.
  • Send pdf files or jpeg images that the supplier cannot modify.

Effective communication

Every time something changes in your specifications, update your master spec sheet and send a new version to the supplier.

  • Make the last changes obvious (for example, in another color).
  • Keep it in Word or Excel format, so that the salesperson can easily translate it and pass it to her colleagues in engineering or production.
  • Use less text and more images whenever possible. For example, green “ticks” and red “crosses” are excellent symbols.

Any other tips?

Article Source: qualityinspection

Francois SHI

Sunchine Inspection, a professional one-stop international inspection provider, focus on providing more flexible and humanized inspection service to clients from all over the world.

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