QA & QC Inspection Service Ranges:
Softlines: Textile, Apparel & Garments/ Fashion Accessories & Bags/ Children & Baby Clothes/ Underwear & Headwear/ Plush toys/ Fabric & yarn/ Shoes & footwear/ Leather, Rubber & Latex goods and many more
Hardlines: Furniture & furnishings/ Homeware & Gardenware/ Building material/ Industrial & Construction/ Sports Equipment/ Gifts & Crafts/ Porcelain & ceramics/ Stationery & Office supplies and many more
Electrical & Electronics: Consumer Electronics/ Home appliances/ Lights & bulbs/ Kitchen wares/ Computer & Tablet/ Testing equipment/ IT & Telecom/ Audio & Video and many more
Mechanical Products: Auto Parts/ Casting & Forging/ Hydraulic Components/ Machinery & Engine Pump/ Metal Components and Assemblies/ Casting & plastic Moulds/ Scrap Metal/ Welding and many more
QA & QC Inspection Service Networks: Coastal provinces and Major manufacturing cities across China.
QA & QC Inspection Services:
China Quality inspection services
Suppliers Selection Production Monitoring Secure Shipment
Factory Audit Factory Prototype Check Container Loading Supervision
Sample Test Pre-Production Inspection Container Unloading Supervision
Company Verification During Production Inspection
100% defects Sorting
Common Products Inspected in our Yiwu Inspection Service and Yiwu Quality Control Service: Bags,jewelry,scarves,daily general merchandise,general merchandise,such as:band aid,car washing gun, ball point pen,underwear,clothing,photo frame,bath ball,bathing suits,cleaning pad, Zipper,knitting,wool spinning,printing,toys,crafts gifts and many more.
Yiwu is famous in China as a commodities center. The Yiwu market developed and managed by Zhejiang China Commodities City Group Co., Ltd. (Public, SHA:600415). Yiwu’s China Small-Commodity Market has for 6 consecutive years topped China’s 100 top open markets and was for successive years listed as “China’s civilized open market”. It has been named as the banner of China’s market economy and with a large variety of quality but cheaper commodities, the market has become a shopping paradise for tourists. It especially witnessed a rise in Arab traders who have been visiting the city since 9/11. Apparently, since many entrepreneurs from the Middle East found it more difficult to travel to America due to visa restrictions, they turned their attention to China. The Arab presence has fostered the rise mosques and Middle Eastern restaurants.
The GDP reached 52 billion yuan in 2009, an increase of 9% from 2008, and the per capita GDP reached 71,457 yuan (US$10,461). The per capita urban disposable income reached 30,841 yuan and rural pure income 12,899 yuan, increasing 7.4% and 8.5% respectively.
Its 4C-grade airport has opened over a dozen of air routes to such cities as Beijing, Guangzhou, Shantou, Weifang and Shenzhen. The Zhejiang-Jiangxi Railway and Hangzhou-Jinhua Expressway pass through the city, making Yiwu an important local transportation hub. Express trains from Shanghai South Railway Station take less than three hours.
“Yiwu, 300 kilometers away from Shanghai, is the largest market of petty commodity wholesales in the world where various foreign buyers go to place orders.” Such a depiction comes from Chinese Figures Astonishing the World, a special report co-delivered by the United Nations,the World Bank and Morgan Stanley. In that special report, Yiwu is the only enlisted county economy. And in the choice of “the 2004 Most Favorite Chinese Cities of Domestic and Foreign Public in 2004”, Yiwu ranked the first among all county-level cities.
Special local products: Mechanical and electrical products, clothing and accessories, plastic products