QCAdvisor is a Quality Control Consulting company based in Shenzhen, China. We provide cost-efficient and innovative Quality Control solutions with a constant focus on delivering the best product to the end-user.
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Importing from China: 3 golden rules for a smooth Pre-Chinese New Year

Every year from the end of January to mid-February (depending on the Chinese calendar) all consumer goods’ production in China is shut down, having a huge impact on the global supply chain.

The “rush” starts few weeks before February (around early December) depending on the industry you are in and orders lead time. All the factories start speeding up to complete their orders on time before their workers desert the production lines.



The Ultimate Vocabulary List for Your Trip to China

When you conduct business with China, there is a potential for a lot of misunderstanding. That’s why knowing a few handy words and phrases not only helps you avoid confusions, but it also allows you to build better connections with your suppliers.

Today we are sharing some key basics you need to deal successfully with your factory in China, including

  • Production Process
  • Quality Control
  • Shipping & Logistics


What’s more, in the extended version we covered such areas as

  • Hotel
  • Restaurant
  • Transportation


This is all about making you feel more confident during your stay in China!



Why catching defects is not enough…

Successfully sourcing your products from Asia implies being careful and diligent about each step of the manufacturing process.

QC (Quality Control) is one important step that responsible importers implement at some stages  of their production, usually before shipment because it is believed to be the most cost-efficient stage for quality control.

Pre-Shipment inspections are best sellers in the 3rd Party QC (3PQC) industry; they are performed when production is finished (or almost finished). But without earlier preparation and follow-up with the factory, these inspections might present a few risks that you need to consider: