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Skyline Shipping Once the shipment was ready, you have the option of engaging a third party inspection company we have worked with to perform an inspection of your shipment.
Our trading group will inspect the shipment in China whether you engage the third party inspection company or not, and can provide pictures. The shipment is made.
In 2009 the decision was made to sell the tool line; and focus solely on helping other companies import their products from China. China’s industrial base had grown substantially in the 2000’s, and our Chinese friends gave us the ability to source a wide variety of products. The tool line was sold at a profit and the company’s name was, changed to Skyline Trading Co., LTD. .. Since then our sole mission has been to help companies import their products from reliable manufacturers in China.
Today we have customers in the Middle East, U.S., Canada, and the U.K., Australia, Swizrland and have sourced a wide variety of products for our customers. We work with three trading groups in China that are based in Guangzhou, Ningbo and Shenzhen. From these regions we have access to much of China’s industrial base
We shipping Kitchen Equipment in the Middle East, U.S., Canada, and the U.K., Australia, Swizrland
and have sourced a wide variety of products for our customers. We work with three trading groups in China that are based in Guangzhou, Ningbo and Shenzhen. Kitchen Equipment From these regions we have access to much of China’s industrial base Kitchen Equipment.
Skyline Shipping Old machinery and equipment, rugged working conditions, unreliable communication, and constant shipment delays were the norm.
The industrial base was small as were the product offerings. Today, China boasts one of the world’s largest industrial bases; products of every kind are available.
Our experience in developing products from print to part and bringing them to market successfully is a plus for you;
we sometimes give our customers pointers on how to get a product line up and going and what pitfalls to avoid.
If you’re successful, we’re successful, and we strive to build relationships with our customers for the long term. We enjoy helping our customers succeed.
Show your prototype to as many of your prospective customers as possible;
you want to ask their opinion on your product’s quality, function, projected sales price, appearance, and how they’d like to see it packaged.
If there might be any patent or trademark infringement issues,
you should perform a patent or trademark search and/or consult a patent attorney. We do not perform patent or trademark searches; we will not knowingly source a product that would infringe on another company’s patents or trademarks.
First of all You wouldn’t want this either, as importing a product
that infringes on a patent or trademark could trigger a lawsuit,
in addition to the possibility that Country Customs could confiscate the shipment.
After you’ve tested a fully functioning prototype, it’s now time to do some market research. True market research is finding out what your customers want to buy and
then catering your product line and marketing to their needs. What you think you want to sell is a shot in the dark; at worst case, it’s a gamble that could result in you sitting on inventory that no one wants to buy.