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Less is More in your hardware business. Organize your product selection

2017-10-03T10:30:48+00:00 October 3rd, 2017|

  Today, we at IBMH would like to demonstrate how offering an excessively large selection of products is not always the key to success, and that if you apply the theory of Less is More in your hardware business, you will see very positive results very quickly. We agree that, in the hardware industry, quantity and variety are very important. But sometimes, in your desire to cover every request from your customers, it is easy to fall into the trap of having an excessive catalogue of products. […]

Last Chance! if you don’t want your hardware imports to be affected by the devaluation of the dollar and the Chinese New Year

2017-10-02T10:30:25+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|

As we mentioned in our September newsletter, as experts in Strategic Management of Chinese exports of hardware and accessories for furniture and construction, IBMH recommends that you place your final orders for the year during the first weeks of October if you don’t want your hardware imports to be affected by the Chinese New Year. And in addition to taking this situation into account, you should also be aware of other relevant factors that may influence your orders: The new, rigorous control measures from the government Constant increases in the cost of raw materials, especially cardboard […]

The Canton Fair, the most important fair for hardware business is coming soon!

2017-10-01T08:00:22+00:00 October 1st, 2017|

  This year, IBMH will once again be attending one of China’s most important apoitment:The Canton Fair, the most important fair for hardware business. This fair, which takes place in Guangzhou twice a year, in spring and fall, is one of the most important commercial events on the international level. This is where the largest variety of items are presented, with participants coming from all over the world and yielding the best transaction results in the country. […]

An imminent increase in commodity prices turn on the alarm among manufacturers

2017-09-24T16:22:27+00:00 September 24th, 2017|

In the first publication of this month, we talk about the abysmal increase of the price of steel and paperboard. Chinese hardware manufacturers have supported us so far but, unfortunately, we have started receiving several emails from Chinese hardware factories warning us of the imminent price increases of their products. […]

Plating and Cardboard Factories Affected by the Price Rise

2017-09-11T16:12:32+00:00 September 11th, 2017|

As we have already mentioned, the Chinese Government since the end of last year began to take precautions to reduce the high levels of pollution generated by Chinese factories. The Chinese factories that pollute are the plating and cardboard factories, so raw material prices have risen. How is this happening in China? […]

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