Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Can we save money if we travel to China to buy?

Ans: China is the largest exporter to the world. 'Made in China' is a common tag found in all items across the world. Buying directly from China ensures customer saving of at least 40% to 70% in buying same quality item from China, after taking care of your travel and logistics expenses from China.

Q2. Is it true that that Chinese goods are inferior in quality and has little durability?

Ans: It is not true that all the Chinese goods are inferior or less durable. It is the Indian importers who purchase the cheapest and the most inferior goods whereas China commands international business and exports goods to all the major global markets of the world including U.S.A. and Europe. The foreign markets follow the most strict quality control measures and would not allow inferior quality import products from China. We have taken strict measures with regards to quality and standards of all the products sourced by us. Most of the products come under BIS, so there is no room for inferior products to enter India.

Q3. How are the Chinese people? We have heard that they are totally different from our culture and have hatred towards Indians?

Ans: Chinese people are very well behaved and provide best of hospitality to all foreigners however their culture is different from our culture due to differences in ancient Indian and Chinese civilizations. They are very lovable people and have no hatred toward us. This premonition is only a result of our prejudices. There may be some dubious traders in China, but that is what we are meant for – to protect your interests and to take care of your money and merchandise.

Q4. Why it is heard that Chinese businessman cheat people by sending inferior goods then what they show in their sample?

Ans: We are there to take care of this. We will take care of your payments, inspect the goods, and will take every precaution to make sure that you products arrive in the condition in which they have been agreed upon.

Q5. Is it true that there is nothing to eat for Indian especially for vegetarians?

Ans: It is not totally correct, in big trade cities like Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Yunan, etc there are Indian restaurants and in smaller cities it is also manageable.

Q6. It is true that Chinese people don’t understand any other language then Chinese? Then how could one communicate?

Ans: No Chinese people understand a bit of English and the English speaking population in increasing in China at a very rapid pace. Most of the people who are in international trade understand English language or they have their English speaking translators. Nevertheless, as we are there with you, you will not have to face any such problem, as we will provide you a translator to communicate with people who do not understand English.

Q7. What is the condition of weather and climate in China?

Ans: China is a very big country and has a varied climatic conditions spread over different regions of China. However the weather of big trade cities near Hongkong, Shanghai, Beijing, and Yunan, has the similar weather as we have in the northern parts of India.

Q8 What is the currency Chinese and what is its value in Indian Rupees?

Ans: The Chinese currency is called RMB or YUAN.Its value in Indian rupees varies accordingly with the value of US dollar and its present value is around Rs. 9.

Q9. How can we go to China? Plz tell about the flights and flying time etc?

Ans: For traveling to China one needs an entry visa which can be readily procured from Chinese embassy. Generally an invitation letter from any Chinese company supplier is required for getting the visa at a very nominal cost. The main airlines in route China are airindia, cathay, chinaeastern, Malaysia airlines, Thai airways and srilankan airways. The flying time is 5-6 hrs depending on the destination within China.

Q10. What is the general price index of different services like lodging and boarding, traveling and local conveyance etc?

Ans: The general price index for loading and boarding is much cheaper than India and traveling and local conveyance charges are equivalent to India.

Q11. How is law and order position of the country?

Ans: China is comparatively very peaceful and law and order position is normal. The people are safe and there are very less crimes.

Q12. What would be the total expenditure for a tour of China?

Ans: The air ticket and visa charges are approximately Rs.30000 to 35000 depending upon choice of air lines and also the destination (place) in China and Rs.10000 to 15000 for lodging and boarding and local traveling.

Q13. How will we get the translators/ interpreters?

Ans: Our company provides translators from Hindi, Punjabi and English to Chinese free of cost. However one may get translators from English to Chinese at a nominal cost ranges from Rs.700 to Rs.1000 per day.

Q14. What is the business hrs and business days in China?

Ans: The business established including markets opens at 9am and closes around 6pm.All business established work 7days in a week. Except banks and Chinese government offices which are closed on Sundays.

Q15.I want to buy certain goods from China, but my goods will not be full container. How can that be managed?

Ans: We have a proper system in place, through which you can bring whatever Quantity you wish to. We can bring part load as per your requirement without any extra charges. You just need to select the goods and we will take the delivery at our warehouse, put that in our container, and deliver that you your doorstep, as our company provides A-Z services.

Q.16 I am a trader, and I usually buy goods from China. How can I meet my regular supplies ?

Ans. As we keep on sending containers from China to India on a weekly basis from different places in China, we can easily and conveniently meet your requirements. You just order your goods, give us the details of the supplier, and we will co-ordinate with the supplier and bring your goods to India.

Q.17. What is the capacity of 40 ft and 20 ft containers?

Ans. The capacity of 40 ft high cube container is 67 cubic metres, and the maximum weight allowed is 24 tonnes. The capacity of 20 ft high cube container is 28 cubic metres, and the maximum weight allowed is 24 tonnes. The capacity of a 40 ft container is 58 CBM and the maximum weight allowed is 24 tonnes.


Ans. You don’t need an import licence. If you’re NOT registered for tax: VAT or TOT we would invoice you from our company to Personal name or Business name as required by you. Certain products do require specific import permits. And these need to be applied for. However if you’re are getting it sourced through us, you don’t need to worry about it.

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