Chinavasion Ltd. today announced the official launch of http://www.Chinavasion.com - a discount marketplace of wholesale consumer electronics made by Chinese manufacturers - and the release of a complimentary newsletter featuring tips on how to import electronics from China.
China is home to many consumer-electronic manufacturers that don't have direct access to American retailers or that have limited international distribution agreements, said Rose Li, Public Relations Director at Chinavasion. Chinavasion, she said, is the online conduit for American importers to reach those Chinese manufacturers.
Chinavasion offers a wide assortment of electronics, ranging from cell phones and digital cameras to computer accessories and portable DVD players. The site includes a picture and description of each product - including specs - which make it easy for international buyers to review products and select their favorite electronic devices.
"There are plenty of businesses out there who want to buy low-cost electronics from China, but they don't know where to look, or, of course, they aren't familiar with the ins and outs of importing goods," Li said. "Our company gives clients a simple and reliable way to buy the electronics they want - without paying huge name-brand markups."
The site's recently debuted blog, "China Business News," contains new product reviews, frequently asked questions, details on international commerce, and a general list of products that can be imported from China. The site's new opt-in newsletter also features information on how to find products and suppliers in China, details on shipping and import taxes, tips on dealing with Chinese suppliers and advice on how to profit from a Chinese business relationship.
"We carefully explain everything in our newsletter, from drop-shipping to the current status of the global marketplace, so users know exactly what they're buying and what we're all about," Li said.
Li added that Chinavasion strives to offer the most competitive prices on all its products. For instance, a 1 GB MP3 Player costs $43.64 for a sample and a car-portable, region-free DVD player with two 7-inch TFT monitors costs $227.70. If a made-in-China consumer electronics product is not listed on the site, Chinavasion will help locate wholesale sources for it, as well as beat any competitor's price. The company accepts all major credit cards, PayPal payments and bank transfers.
Orders in the online shop are shipped by express courier internationally, and its shipping costs are based on the current rates of standard carriers such as UPS, FedEx and DHL. Chinavasion can also ship large wholesale orders using a consumer's preferred air or ocean freight service. Most products can be ready to ship in one or two business days, and all goods receive extra quality inspection before dispatch from a dedicated QA team.
For more information about Chinavasion and registration for a wholesale buyer account, visit http://www.chinavasion.com/.
About Chinavasion Ltd.
Chinavasion is a Chinese-owned general trading and wholesale company. It buys exclusively from Chinese manufacturers that produce consumer electronics, notebook computers and computer parts. Chinavasion offers a wide selection of consumer electronic products on its Website, including popular, cutting-edge products and hard-to-find specialty products.
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