British media: real warriors of globalization, Chinese exporters!
The April 23rd article by the financial times, the original question: "Chinese exporters are truly promoting infantry   of globalization. Do you want to travel?" Are you tired of dragging your baggage around? Why don't you buy one when the electric scooter suitcase, the wholesale price of only $250, MOQ is a container. This is the product sold at China's largest trade show in Guangzhou last week. Some of the frivolous invention, is unlikely to become the era of the “ Ford T car, ” it attracted European and Latin American buyers. It's a testimony to the innovative spirit of the much derided Chinese manufacturers; — — they keep trying until they do well.
At the fair this year, 20 thousand Chinese manufacturers sold products to 200 thousand international buyers. It can be said that these Chinese manufacturers are examples of globalization. China is now the world's largest exporter of finished goods, and the Canton Fair is a huge and noisy display hall. Some exhibitors are state-owned and benefit from some form of government support, but their lives depend on global demand. As a result, their sales managers learn English, and technicians redesign assembly lines to cut costs and production times, and product development teams constantly adjust until they find ways to meet customer needs.
In the past 10 years, China's production costs have risen rapidly, and manufacturers have to be flexible. They are starting to use more industrial robots to produce new products faster, to meet the rapidly changing market demand, and to focus more on research and development. Many businesses failed, but more succeeded. Moreover, as in the period of rapid industrialization in Korea and Japan, the export situation forced Chinese manufacturers to increase their competitiveness.
At present, the global environment is difficult. Despite the rebound in the U.S. economy, Trump's protectionist threats are prominent. European demand is still low. Slower growth in China has weakened consumer spending on commodities. Chinese factory owners did a contract and a contract, as if walking through the swamp.
In recent years, rising costs have pushed more and more labour intensive firms to shift some of their production to countries with lower wages, such as Bangladesh and vietnam. But the electronic, industrial machinery and many other industries, the production of further focus on China, because of the deep supply chain, Pang Da labor and global market competition with decades of experience, has a strong appeal to Chinese.
Said, as for a toy factory China management companies to supply “ although economic, retail and commodity price fluctuations, but no country is better than our high standard production record year after year. ” in the future, China's export factories will continue to struggle and grow in the global market. (author Ben · Brand; Qiao Heng translation)