Yiwu International Trade City

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are you an importer of household products, sock ,accessories, hat, shoe, toys and many other things? this futian market has all your solutions. Futian market is amazing having 5 block and each block has 5 floors. More than 83000 shops. There is no Wi-Fi in Futian market . you can spend several month to walk through 5 blocks.

It was our first time but fortunately we had business friends who provided some local staff to assist us!
Most of them only speak Mandarin.
Minimum quantity at this market is a carton, nothing less; therefore you need to be aware of their min selling quantities.
The sellers are well mannered and wver ready to assist you with your needs.
If you have your own samples, do bring it as it will help in your buying and negotiation process.
And be ready for a long walk as they are 75,000 shops in 3 million square meters of space

40 years ago, Yiwu was a small agricultural county in the middle of Zhejiang Province. Nowadays, the county-level city has become “the world’s largest wholesale market for daily commodities”. In 2011, the State Council approved the “Yiwu International Trade Comprehensive Reform Pilot” and gave Yiwu market the autonomy of the first test. In 2017, Yiwu’s small commodity market has ranked first in the national professional market for 26 consecutive years, with a market area of more than 6.4 million square meters, 75,000 business stores, and more than 1.8 million products sold to 210 countries and regions around the world. At the same time, Yiwu optimizes the e-commerce environment and builds a support system for the entire industry of e-commerce. In 2017, Yiwu’s e-commerce transaction volume reached 222 billion yuan (32 billion U.S. dollars). In recent years, Yiwu City has actively responded to the Belt and Road initiative. Nine freight rail routes have been launched from Yiwu to Central Asia, London and Spain, influencing 34 countries and regions, covering about 2,000 kinds of commodities and hardware tools that are made in China. According to statistics, about 15,000 overseas merchants from more than 100 countries and regions are stationed in Yiwu.

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