How to Find The Right Chinese Manufacturer | Ruizhi Sourcing

Joey Gan
2023/04/26 10:04


Are you in the process of sourcing materials or products from a Chinese manufacturer? Finding reliable suppliers quickly in today’s rapidly changing world has become increasingly challenging. With hundreds of different product categories and thousands of potential manufacturers, it can be not easy to accurately narrow down your list and find one that best fits your needs.

Whether looking for factory prices on bulk orders or an affordable manufacturing solution for small projects, this blog will guide you through the multiple steps necessary to easily locate the most suitable Chinese factory for your next project. Get ready to learn how to identify the right manufacturer—so you can confidently move forward with peace of mind.

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Steps of Finding a Manufacturer in China

Now that you know some of the benefits of working with Chinese manufacturers, here’s a quick rundown of the steps needed to find the right manufacturer for your project:

Step 1. Research

The first step before finding Chinese manufacturers is extensive research into targeted country's market and industry. This should include researching key players, product categories, current trends, pricing, local regulations, certifications, etc. 

By gathering as much information as possible about the market, with the bellow list of questions you can better understand what type of manufacturer is best suited for your specific needs. 

  • Customization:

    Customize the product or buy off-the-shelf? It is more difficult to customize products than to wholesale spot or existing products directly from the factory.

  • Positioning:

    Product positioned as high-end, mid-range, or low-end? Product positioning determines your purchase price and quality requirements.

  • Certifications:

    Which certifications are required to be supported? Import certification and certification requirements for different types of products will be different in different countries.

  • Materials:

    Are there any special requirements for materials? If you plan to purchase maternal and infant products, the material requirements of the products will be higher than the general daily necessities.

  • Language:

    Need to localize the language for packaging, instructions, or software? Is it OK to pack in English? because Chinese manufacturers will do English packing for overseas markets. If English packaging has little impact on your local sales, you only need to label it in the local language, then choosing English packaging can not only save design time and inventory pressure.

  • Cost:

    What is the maximum allowable purchasing cost?

  • Transportation:

    What are the requirements for transportation and packaging?

  • Payment:

    Does the supplier support my payment method?

Based on the above market and product research, you need to finally determine your product parameters.

  1. Specific product nameProduct colors

  2. Product dimensions

  3. Packaging style

  4. Labeling requirements and product regulations

  5. Product description

  6. Testing specifications

  7. Specific materials for the merchandise.

Step 2. Find Chinese Manufacturers

What are the channels to find manufacturers in China?

  • Online Wholesale Websites

    This is the simplest and most direct way to find the same or similar products online and contact the seller. This article “Top 15 Chinese Wholesale Websites to Find Chinese Suppliers (Legit & Best)” can tell you what legal and formal wholesale websites in China.

  • Visit Local Trade Fairs

    Every year, China holds many exhibitions. There are 5 large-scale exhibitions that mainly cater to overseas customers, Top 5 trade shows of China are the Canton FairYiwu Trade FairBeijing Auto Showthe Bauma Fair, and the Shanghai Import and Export Commodity Fair. But there are also other medium and small-sized industry exhibitions that target domestic customers. If you want to learn about exhibitions related to your industry and find suitable suppliers, you can consult with us.

  • Search on Google

    Some Chinese manufacturers promote their manufacturing capacity or brand by setting up official websites or social media accounts. When you search for information about suppliers online, you can use Google to search for "[Product name] + factory + China". This is a quick and easy way to find manufacturers, as the search results will typically display 2-3 factories on the first page. For instance, searching "slipper factory China" on Google will yield several results on the first page.

  • Ask for Referrals

    If you have a good relationship with any of your current suppliers in China, you can ask them to recommend other products for you. You can also reach out to your contacts back home - for example, if you have friends who also import from China, they might have some good recommendations. This helps build trust with the manufacturers because you're connecting through someone you both know well. Essentially, it's all about building a strong network of connections.

  • Visit China Wholesale Markets

    To find specific goods, refer to the list below and select the corresponding markets. If you're planning to visit markets in one or two cities in China, like Yiwu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, or Shantou, you can browse the details of each market in the specific city or province. Through this article, you can get very detailed methods of how to get reliable manufacturers.

List of various categories in China's well-known wholesale markets


Wholesale MarketsLocation

1. Baoding Baigou Bags & Cases Trading Market

Baigou, Baoding City
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Guihua Gang Leather Bags MarketGuangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐3. Yiwu International Trade City, District 2Yiwu,China
⭐⭐⭐4. Nantai Suitcases & Bags Wholesale MarketHaicheng City, Liaoning Province
Bridal Clothes⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Huqiu Bridal CitySuzhou City

1. Yiwu International Trade City

⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Wuai Small Commodity wholesale marketShenyang City
Ceramics⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Shiwan Shagang Ceramics Wholesale MarketFoshan City

2. Jingdezhen Ceramics Market

Jingdezhen City
Clothes⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Hangzhou evergreen clothing market
Hangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Guangzhou Shahe Clothing MarketGuangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐3. Hangpai Boutique Costume MarketWuhan City
⭐⭐⭐4. Xinhangpai Leisure FushichengHangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5. Guangzhou Baima clothing marketGuangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐6. Guangzhou Thirteen Hongs of CantonGuangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐7. Huangyuan Clothing MarketYiwu,China
⭐⭐⭐8. Baohua Baima Costume Wholesale CityShenzhen City

1. Huaqiang Bei Electronic World

Shenzhen City
⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Yiwu International Trade City, District 2Yiwu,China
Furniture⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Yiwu Furniture MarketYiwu,China
Glasses⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. China Danyang Glasses City

Danyang City, 

Jiangsu Province

⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Duqiao Zhejiang Glasses City 

Duqiao City,

 Zhejiang Province

⭐⭐⭐3. Yiwu International Trade City, District 3Yiwu,China
Hardware⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. China Technology Hardware City
Yongkang City, Zhejiang Province
⭐⭐⭐2. Shanghai Hardware CityShanghai City
⭐⭐⭐3. Yiwu International Trade City, District 2Yiwu,China
⭐⭐⭐4. Yiwu Material MarketYiwu,China
Jewelry⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Shuibei International Jewellery Exchange CenterShenzhen City
Leather⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Haining China Leather City

Jiaxing City,

 Zhejiang Province



⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Gaoyou Down Feather Economic Development Zone

Gaoyou City,

 Jiangsu Province

Machinery & Accessories⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
1. Linyi Car & Motorcycle Fittings Town

Linyi City, 

Shandong Province

⭐⭐⭐2. Yiwu International Production Material MarketYiwu,China
Shoes⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Guangzhou Metropolis Shoes City
Guangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐2. Yiwu International Trade City, District 4Yiwu,China
Silk⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Hangzhou Chinese Silk City
Hangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐2. Eastern Silk Market China
Suzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐3. China Textile TownShaoxing City, Zhejiang Province
Socks⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. Datang Stocking Industry Market 

Zhuji City, 

Zhejiang Province

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Yiwu International Trade City, District 4Yiwu,China
Stationery⭐⭐⭐1. Guangzhou Chaoyang stationery marketGuangzhou City
Toys⭐⭐⭐1. Wanling plaza
Guangzhou City
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐2. Shantou Chenghai Plastic City
Shantou City, Guangdong Province
⭐⭐⭐3. Linyi Yongxing International Toy Profession Wholesale City

Linyi City, 

Shandong Province

⭐⭐⭐4. Jiuzhou Stationery Toy Wholesale MarketShenzhen City
Textile⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐1. China Textile TownShaoxing City, Zhejiang Province

  • China Sourcing Company

    To emphasize the importance of using a sourcing company to find a Chinese manufacturer, reliable sourcing agents have access to manufacturers that you may not be able to find on your own.

    Sourcing agents often go above and beyond to search for manufacturers not listed on eCommerce platforms. Consider reaching out to highly regarded sourcing companies such as Ruizhi Sourcing, sourcingallies, and others. you can get top 30 best China sourcing agents in China from this blog.

Step 3. Site Visits

It is highly recommended that businesses take the time to visit potential factories before making any final decisions regarding their choice of manufacturing companies. The following are common questions to consult the factory when inspecting factory.

Question #1 - What is the factory's production capacity and cycle? How can they handle a large volume of orders?

Question #2 - What are the quality control measures in the factory? How can they ensure product quality and consistency?

Question #3 - What are the sources and supply chain situation of the factory's raw materials? How can they ensure the quality and reliability of the raw materials?

Question #4 - What are the prices and payment methods for the factory's products? Are there any preferential prices?

Question #5 - What are the delivery methods and timeframes for the factory's products? How can they ensure timely delivery?

Question #6 - What are the collaboration methods and agreements of the factory? This includes the content and terms of the contract, as well as the cooperation mode and communication method between both parties.

Question #7 - Can the factory provide product design and development services? How can they ensure the quality and delivery time of the products?

Question #8 - What is the factory's production equipment and technical level?

Question #9 - What is the number of employees and working hours in the factory?

Question #10 - What is the factory's environmental protection and social responsibility?

Question #11 - What is the history and customer base of the factory?

Question #12 - Can the factory provide product samples or on-site visits?

Question #13 - What are the after-sales service and technical support of the factory?

Question #14 - What are the measures taken by the factory to protect intellectual property?

By providing an opportunity for buyers to witness the production process, meet manufacturers' personnel in person, and identify areas for improvement that may not be discernible online or in supplier-provided photographs or videos, this approach empowers buyers with greater control over quality.

Step 4. Evaluate Manufacturing Companies Quality Standards

You can judge the factory's production capacity and quality assurance through online and offline visits and information provided by the factory, and of course there are other quality certifications that can determine the level of the factory. It is important to evaluate the quality standards that Chinese manufacturing companies adhere to when producing items. 

Checking out reviews from other customers and investigating certifications such as ISO9001(general quality standard) or TUV Rheinland(Third-party quality system evaluation company) can help you find a reliable supplier committed to producing high-quality products. Here are some factory quality management system for some common industries

  • General quality standard:

    1. ISO 9001 Quality Management System

    2. ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

    3. OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System

  • Automotive quality management system: 

    TS16949 is a quality management system standard specifically designed for the automotive industry.

  • Pharmaceutical production quality management

    GMP(Good Manufacturing Practice) is an abbreviation for Good Manufacturing Practice and is an important standard for pharmaceutical production quality management.

  • Food safety management system standard:

    HACCP is a globally recognized food safety management system standard. It focuses on controlling and managing food safety and can help food production enterprises ensure the safety of their products.


Step 5. Negotiate with Manufactuters

Once you have identified some potential Chinese manufacturers whose products meet your specifications, it is time to negotiate prices and MOQ (minimum order quantity) for larger quantities or special discounts for long-term business relationships. 

For many beginners, they do not know how to negotiate with suppliers, including price, delivery, quality testing standards, after-sales and payment methods, and so on. Here are some negotiation skills with suppliers. 

Tip #1 Research:

Before you start negotiating with a supplier, make sure you do your research. Understand the market conditions, the supplier's strengths and weaknesses, their pricing structure, and their competition.

Tip #2 Set your goals: 

Determine your priorities and objectives for the negotiation. Decide what is most important to you and what you are willing to compromise on.

Tip #3 Know your budget: 

Set a budget before you start negotiating. This will help you determine what you can afford to pay and give you a clear idea of what you're willing to spend.

Tip #4 Build a relationship: 

Build a good relationship with your supplier. This will help you get better prices, terms, and conditions.

Tip #5 Be clear and specific: 

Be clear and specific about your requirements. This will help you avoid misunderstandings and ensure that the supplier understands your needs.

Tip #6 Be flexible: 

Be flexible and open to compromise. Negotiations are about finding a solution that works for both parties.

Tip #7 Use multiple suppliers: 

If possible, try to use multiple suppliers. This will give you leverage in negotiations and allow you to compare prices and quality.

Tip #8 Understand the supplier's position: 

Understand the supplier's position and constraints. This will help you make better offers and find ways to work together.

Tip #9 Focus on value: 

Instead of just focusing on the price, focus on the overall value that the supplier can provide. This may include things like quality, delivery times, and customer service.

Tip #10 Be prepared to walk away: 

If negotiations are not going well and you are not getting what you need, be prepared to walk away. Sometimes it's better to cut your losses and find a better supplier.

Step 6. Communication & Documentation

Clear communication between buyer and manufacturer should always be established before beginning production to avoid any misunderstandings during the process; The following are common documents in international trade. (* must have documents, others are judged on the basis of the order)

  • * Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA): 

If the order involves confidential information, such as trade secrets or proprietary information, an NDA may need to be signed to protect that information.

  • * Purchase Order: 

This is a document that outlines the details of the order, including the items being purchased, the quantity, price, delivery date, and payment terms.

  • * Contract:

Depending on the size and complexity of the order, a formal contract may need to be signed that outlines all of the terms and conditions of the agreement.

  • Supplier Agreement: 

This document outlines the terms of the relationship between the buyer and the supplier, including payment terms, delivery schedules, warranties, and any other relevant details.

  • Service Level Agreement (SLA):

If the order involves a service, such as maintenance or repair, an SLA may need to be signed outlining the level of service to be provided, response times, and other relevant details.

  • Invoice: 

The supplier may require the buyer to sign the invoice as proof of delivery and acceptance of the goods or services.

  • Certificate of Conformity: 

This is a document that confirms that the goods or services being provided meet certain standards or specifications, and may need to be signed by both the supplier and the buyer.

  • * Shipping or Delivery Documents: 

If the goods are being shipped or delivered, there may be additional documents that need to be signed, such as a bill of lading, delivery receipt, or packing slip.

  • * Export Documents: 

If the goods are being exported to another country, there may be additional documents required by customs or regulatory authorities, such as an export declaration or commercial invoice.

  • Payment Authorization: 

The buyer may need to sign a document authorizing payment for the goods or services, such as a check or wire transfer authorization.

Step 7. Due Diligence & Compliance

Finally, conducting due diligence and ensuring compliance with laws governing international trade are essential elements when sourcing a Chinese manufacturer.

Buyers should review all relevant documents closely (such as contracts) before signing them, routinely audit partners’ factories for safety compliance standards / violations, and keep abreast of changing regulations in China related to imports / exports to avoid any potential legal issues down the line due to changes in legislation or enforcement policies by authorities.

Contracts and terms are important, but in international trade, if your order is small or you don't have a professional legal team, contracts won't play a big role. Experienced buyers who have engaged in trade will think that it is more worthwhile to find and identify reliable manufacturers before purchase than to study the terms of the contract.

An excellent manufacturer can quickly communicate with clients when there are problems in order production, such as high-quality defects or delivery time not up to the requirements, and can help you think about problem solutions and follow-up preventive measures from your point of view. This is something that many ordinary factories can't do.

What are the Advantages of Manufacturing in China?

Chinese manufacturers can deliver on the promise of getting the most out of your money. Here are some of the advantages that you can look forward to when manufacturing in China:

  • Low-cost labor and materials

Companies manufacture in China due to its low labor and material costs, resulting in significant expense reduction. Compared to other countries, wages are substantially lower and raw material costs are often far lower, enabling businesses to stay competitive by passing on the savings to customers.

Low labor cost does not mean workers' wages, but individual labor efficiency ranks among the world.

  • High-quality manufacturers

China has a vast manufacturing industry with a wide range of highly skilled producers, meaning that businesses can access high-quality products without compromising quality or safety standards.

Companies also benefit from efficient production processes and a well-developed infrastructure, which makes Chinese manufacturing an attractive option for companies looking to produce items quickly and reliably.

  • Fast turnaround time

The efficiency of Chinese factories allows for a fast turnaround time for manufacturing orders. This means that businesses don’t have to wait long for their goods to be produced and delivered.

This helps keep costs down by eliminating delays caused by slow production times, allowing businesses to move quickly when responding to customer needs or changing market conditions.

However, when working with Chinese manufacturers, you must pay attention to Chinese holidays. The most important thing is their long Spring Festival holiday, many factories and workers will have a holiday 15~30 days in advance.

  • Rich industrial belt

China is rich in industrial belts. For example, when you customize a handbag in local factories in the United States, many parts need to be imported from other countries, but in China, you want to customize a handbag in Guangzhou. You can find manufacturers in the surrounding cities to meet your process and raw material needs. The rich industrial chain reduces the manufacturing costs of Chinese factories in all aspects.

The above features are all very important advantages of Chinese top manufacturing companies. Of course, there are other advantages, such as flexible payment terms, exchange rates, flexible government policy, higher production capability, and so on. These are the reasons for the rapid development of Chinese manufacturing in the past 20 years. 

Although manufacturing in China has been slowing down since 2020 due to geopolitics, Sino-US trade frictions, and the COVID-19 epidemic, however, it is still the largest manufacturing country in the world and the first choice for many customers to choose Chinese suppliers.

Where Should I Manufacture in China?

China is undoubtedly the most important manufacturing center in the world because it has the most comprehensive industrial belt in the world. This is incomparable to any other country. China has 34 provincial administrative regions. Each region has its own unique industrial belt.

As the country is large and there are many manufacturers, it is not easy to find Chinese manufacturers who meet your product specifications. We provide you with a map of the latest manufacturing industry in China in 2023. In addition, we provide you with info on where different industries in different provinces of China produce products.


Knowing which part of China specializes in the products you want to produce is also a way to eliminate dealers from manufacturers. There are many excellent manufacturers of die casting, plastic molding, metal stamping, and surface treatment (Common production process) in Zhejiang Province and Guangdong Province, and distribution and search for suitable Chinese suppliers for completed products, semi-finished products, and raw materials are different.

Characteristics of Quality Manufacturers

When inspecting a factory, how to judge which are high-quality factories? high-quality productive factories generally have the following characteristics

  • Efficient layout:

    The factory layout is designed to minimize waste, streamline processes, and ensure the smooth flow of materials and products.

  • Lean manufacturing:

    The factory uses lean manufacturing principles to eliminate waste, reduce lead times, and improve overall efficiency.

  • Skilled workforce:

    The factory employs skilled and motivated workers who are trained to operate machinery, solve problems, and work collaboratively.

  • Advanced technology:

    The factory uses state-of-the-art technology and equipment to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve quality.

  • Quality control:

    The factory has strict quality control measures in place to ensure that products meet or exceed customer expectations.

  • Environmental responsibility:

    The factory implements environmentally responsible practices to reduce waste, conserve energy, and minimize its impact on the environment.

  • Continuous improvement:

    The factory has a culture of continuous improvement, with regular assessments and efforts to optimize processes, reduce waste, and increase efficiency.

Tips for Choosing Manufactures in China

When you follow the above processes, try to keep these factors in mind:

1. Conduct thorough research.

Research is critical to finding a reliable and high-quality manufacturer. Use online resources, directories, trade shows, and referrals to find a list of potential manufacturers. In addition, you should choose suppliers in the industrial belt, such as middle and high-end cosmetics, you will find suppliers in Guangzhou instead of Yiwu.

2. Choose an experienced manufacturer with a good track record with clients.

Ask for references from past clients to verify the manufacturer’s reliability and customer service standards (with the consent of the factory and its clients).

3. Ask for samples of past work before making any decisions.

This will provide an objective way to check the quality and craftsmanship that goes into their products, allowing you to make an informed decision about which manufacturer to hire.

4. Compare multiple Chinese manufacturing companies before committing to one.

Be sure to compare payment structure, lead times, minimum order requirements, production capacity, product quality control measures, and any other specific needs for your project.

5. Request references from the manufacturer and contact suppliers for feedback.

This will give you an accurate impression of what kind of customer service they offer and how they handle issues such as delivery delays or product defects should they arise during the production process.

How to Communicate with Chinese Manufacturers?

Follow these steps to ensure effective collaboration with manufacturing in China:

Tip 1: Understanding the Cultural Differences

Understanding the cultural differences between you and your Chinese manufacturer is key to successfully communicating with them.

Many Chinese manufacturing companies are from more collectivist cultures, meaning they are more likely to focus on the collective benefit of decisions rather than individual benefits. It will be essential to emphasize mutual benefit when discussing business matters with your Chinese manufacturers.

Tip 2: Learn Some Mandarin

Taking some time to learn some basic Mandarin phrases can help you build rapport with a Chinese manufacturer, as well as help break any language barriers that may exist during communication between both parties.

It does not have to be a complete course, but learning basic words and phrases such as "hello" or "thank you" goes a long way in establishing a good relationship if your manufacturer speaks Mandarin fluently.

Tip 3: Use Respectful Communication

Because the Chinese people save face very much, although you are a client, you also need to give them enough respect, and they will also give full cooperation to your cooperation.

We have encountered a buyer who does not respect and despises the factory owner. In response, the factory boss deliberately quoted a high price, but the buyer had no choice because this product was a private model that only he had, so the buyer had to buy from the factory in question.

Tip 4: Provide Clear Instructions

When contacting a China manufacturer, you must provide clear instructions—ensure all expectations are laid out and understood by both parties before any work begins.

If any details need clarifying, then it’s best to address them upfront, as this will avoid misunderstandings further down the line, which can lead to costly delays and mistakes.

Tip 5: Be Open & Honest

All communication must remain open and honest from start to finish throughout any dealings between yourself and your manufacturer in China. This builds trust, which makes for successful results for all involved over the long term!

These tips will help ensure that you make the most of working with a China manufacturer and minimize any risks associated with doing business in this market. With the right approach, it is possible to build successful relationships and long-term partnerships with experienced suppliers in China while enjoying competitive prices and quality products.

How Can I Get a Product Manufactured After Choosing Manufacturers?

Depending on the product’s complexity, the first is to issue orders for products that have been developed by the factory, the second is to make some changes to the existing products in the factory, and the third is that you want to customize your own products with a contract manufacturer (OEM).

The most challenging requirement is the third, which requires professional product engineering processes to guide product development and production. It may involve creating a blueprint or a prototype.

1. Prototype Design

During this stage, the manufacturer will work with you to ensure that all of your specifications are met and that any necessary tests are conducted. Once this is done and you are happy with the prototype, the manufacturer will use computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a 3D model of the product and finalize any details needed for production.

2. Mold Development and Selection Process

Next, your chosen manufacturer will create molds or tools from the 3D model using either injection molding or die casting, depending on the material used for the product. This step involves machine programming and having toolmakers construct molds which can cost thousands of dollars depending on size and complexity.

3. Sample Testing and Perfecting The Mold

When the molds or tools are complete, they will be tested for durability before mass production begins. It is important to test them to ensure they can withstand high temperatures and extreme pressure during the manufacturing process such as stamping or pressing operations.

4. Mass Production (from small scale to large scale)

After all these steps are completed and verified, your chosen manufacturer will begin mass-producing your product according to your specifications and designs.

Depending on the product being manufactured, this could involve injection molding, CNC machining, laser cutting, or other fabrication methods to turn raw materials into finished goods ready for sale. Quality assurance measures should also be taken throughout all stages of production to guarantee that each product meets stringent standards before leaving the factory floor.

If you are not familiar with product engineering and production, you can leave this part of the work to sourcing agents. There are professional agents specializing in product engineering services such as Ruizhi Sourcing. In particular, multiple manufacturers are needed to customize products, because one product cannot be completed by one supply chain.

For example, for shoes, the laces and soles may come from different manufacturers; for bracelets, the raw materials and gems may come from different manufacturers.

Even though you may do all of your research and due diligence, the reality is that sometimes there will be challenges. A sourcing agent will help you bring any idea you have to fruition with peace of mind. They can manage these manufacturing organizations effectively.

So, whether you need a factory inspection or audit, product prototyping, shipment, or order tracking, they are a full-sourcing company for the entire procurement process. Be sure to check them out.

As mentioned above, suppliers need to compare and choose a few more.


Q: What's The Most Important Part of Selecting and Testing a Manufacturer?

First, the comparison of many samples is crucial. By comparing samples, the workmanship and details of the products can best reflect the manufacturing level of the factory.

The second is your personal experience with the communication process. Is your business professional? Is the product well known? Is communication smooth? Is feedback timely?

Q: How Do I Buy Directly from a Manufacturer in China?

The easiest way to buy directly from a manufacturer in China is through online wholesales platforms such as Alibaba, Global Sources, and Made-in-China. These websites allow you to search for wholesale suppliers by product type and contact them directly. You can also use these sites to compare prices, read customer reviews, and ask questions about products before making a purchase.

Q: Why Choose a Sourcing Company to Find a Chinese Manufacturer?

1. Their rich manufacturer resources and best pricing.

2. China sourcing companies can solve communication and culture issues.

3. Chinese sourcing companies reduce business risk.

4. Monitor and follow up on the manufacturing process.

Article by:
Joey Gan
The Co-founder of Ruizhi Sourcing. With 10 years of experience in the field of sourcing in China, we help 1k+ clients import from China and customize new products..
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