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Step by step buying
More than likely, for most of you, it's a new experience to import the binoculars and telescopes directly from a Chinese optical instrument manufacturer like us. You will encounter a new set of challenges you may have never thought. Things like import duty, customs clearance, import documentation, international trade payment terms (L/C, T/T, D/P), or even laws, cultures, politics and so on, sometimes make one think twice before placing an order. We, therefore, prepare this "step-by-step guide" which is meant to point you in the right way to import the binoculars and telescope directly from a Chinese manufacturer like us. It takes 30-60 minutes to read through the whole material, and we strongly recommend you to read it first - you will find it saves you a lot of time and effort later on. Most of you may be in great hurry, so, a
is marked before the very important topics.
1. Inquiry and quotation
1.3 Customized branding
3. Homework at your end
3.1 Set up an import business
3.2 Conduct market research
4. How to make
4.1 T/T payment in advance
4.2 Letter of credit
4.3 D/P (document against payment)
5. Turn-around time
5.1 Production time
5.2 Shipping time
6. Freight forwarder and customs broker
6.1 What does a freight forwarder do?
6.2 What does a customs broker do?
7. Samples ordering policy
8. Import documentation and general customs clearance procedure tips
8.2 General customs clearance
9. How to deal with defective binoculars
9.1 Factory Warranty
9.2 If it's not our fault, who is "guilty"?
10. Launch your business online