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Aug 302018
 

Company Introduction
Manufacturer of gifts, flags and sports scarves
Yiwu Laudable Imp & Exp Co. Ltd has been in the business of gifts, flags and sports scarves since 2009. We have more than 100 professional staff who handle orders for customers in more than 20 countries in Europe and the Americas. Our turnover in 2015 reached more than $2 million.

Speedy delivery services
Source from us to receive samples in 7 days and confirmed orders in 30 days. With our professional supply and factory chain, as well as our 300,000-piece monthly output capacity, we are more than able to satisfy large volume orders. We welcome customers to visit our office and showroom for further details. Inquire today.
Basic Information
Business Type:
Exporter Verified by Easecredit View details
Manufacturer
Agent
Past Export Markets/Countries:
Asia
●Taiwan
●Singapore
●China (mainland)
●Malaysia
●Hong Kong SAR
●Japan
Central/South America
●Brazil
Western Europe
●Germany
●Spain
●United Kingdom
●France
●Austria
●Sweden
●Italy
Year Established:
2009
No. of Total Staff:
100 to 149
OEM Services:
Yes
No. of R&D Staff:
1 to 4
No. of Engineers:
1 to 4
Total Annual Sales:
US$1,000,000 to 1,999,999
Total Capitalization:
US$100,000 to 199,999
Payment Method:
T/T or L/C
Factory Ownership:
Historical Working Relationship
Primary Competitive Advantages:
OEM Capability
Production Capacity
Reliability
Reputation
Buyer’s Specifications Accepted
ODM (Original Designing & Manufacturing)
OBM (Own Branding & Manufacturing)
Monthly Capacity:
300,000 to 349,999 Pieces
Contact Details
Yiwu Laudable Imp&Exp Co.,Ltd
Address:3-4/F, Nos. 55-57, Changchun 3rd St., Yiwu city, Jinhua, Zhejiang, China (322000)
Tel: (86 579) 85291885
Fax: (86 579) 85289217
Mobile: (0086) 13967410811European Cup Scarves Manufacturer
website:http://www.lbflag.com/
website2:http://www.laudablegift.com/

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