Internet Heat Triggers International Apparel and Textile Trade Service Outsourcing in China
HANGZHOU, China, Oct. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — According to the 27th China Internet Development Report published by China Internet Network Information Center, at the end of December 2010, the number of Chinese netizens had reached 457 million, an increase of 73.3 million compared with the same period in 2009. Nowadays, small and medium sized enterprises continue to join the Internet marketing fray in China. The report shows that 92.7% of Chinese SMEs have connected their businesses with the Internet and the rate is almost 100% for large enterprises. Meanwhile, 43% Chinese enterprises have independent websites or online stores on e-commerce platforms.
More and more B2B, B2C websites are springing up to share the benefits of this prosperous market. In contrast to the rapid development of China’s Internet sector, the crisis of confidence in the Internet has also raised netizens’ concerns. There is a high demand for real and quality information, especially for business users. In Chinese, the word crisis (Wei Ji) is a combination of the word crisis (Wei) with opportunity (Ji). With this in mind, focusing on apparel and textile international trading service and aiming at providing verified factories information and quality third party audit and inspection service for overseas buyers, ShiningHub International Apparel and Textile Service Platform (www.shininghub.com) was formally launched on Aug. 8th, 2011 in Beijing, China.
Different from existing International online trade platforms, Shininghub.com is totally free for apparel and textile factories. As the third party, ShiningHub provides verification and inspection services to make sure all its factories are real and all goods are made upon the requirements and delivered on time. “What ShiningHub’s value lies in is its ability to save costs for buyers and sellers, which can significantly promote the development of the industry,” said Dr. Zheng Yusheng, the tenure professor of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, at ShiningHub’s launch ceremony.
Now China is facing a bottleneck of its export trade, and people are wondering what China’s competitiveness with foreign trade enterprises is. Sun Ruizhe, VP of China National Textile & Apparel Council, said at the ceremony: “China accounts for 31% of global trade in textiles and clothing. The way forward from ‘made in China’ will depend on ‘service in China’. ShiningHub provides an open and transparent platform for international apparel and textile trade with the power of the Internet, which will greatly promote the development of ‘service in China’.”
Shininghub.com has launched its first round global promotion plan. Having attended Magic Show in Las Vegas this August, the company will now introduce its service to overseas buyers and suppliers in China during the third phase of the Canton Fair (Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, 2011).
According to Justin Chen, CEO of the company, during the Canton Fair, the company will provide free factory audit and quality inspection service for all newly registered members.
For more information of services of Shininghub.com, please visit http://www.shininghub.com/main/Service/index
For Canton Fair promotion information, please visit http://www.shininghub.com/event/Coupon1012/index.html
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SOURCE Zhejiang Shininghub Co., Ltd.