So if you came in here it's a sign that you wanted to know how our work works with your products ... from the moment they are manufactured,
until the moment it reaches your home how a product moves from a large industrial plant to your kitchen counter,
then this blog post will help clarify this. Cell phones do not grow on trees after all.
Today we are going to dive into this process with some tangible examples that make it easier to understand.
In this article we will go over the different stations that your product makes along the way and the decisions you will have to make along the way.
Let's start with a small chart. This is a very common route that your product may take after designing and is willing to make the long journey from an overseas factory to the shelves at a local store.
Suppliers - Manufacturer - Distributor - Retail - Consumers There are many ways that supply can be seen,
but today we want to focus on the supply chain in enterprise businesses that involve manufacturers.
We will look at what happens at each of these stops and the different ways the product goes through.
Step 1-Provider .
The supplier provides these raw materials which are then assembled and combined in a way that prepares the product itself.
Manufacturer Here's a quick rundown of what it might look like:
Example → Tests and certifications → Corrections → Additional examples → Confirmation → Place an order Fortunately,
since you only order a handful of the product, you can get them quickly to speed up the process.
After adjusting this,
you will eventually be able to place your order at the factory,
which should take about a month. Shipping and logistics When it comes to logistics, we can only scratch the surface.
Some people spend years learning it. Once your product has been created and packaged, you need to make a decision on how to ship it.
Even the decision on packaging is a complicated process, but we will deal with that in another article.
Let's take a look at the different ways to ship your product abroad.
There are 2 common methods used to transport your goods, by air or sea freight.
Many companies may use both for different products, Below is a table to compare the two: If you were sending something small and light,
then sending it over the air might make sense.
For comparison, if you are sending a larger quantity of something larger and heavier, then it is better to ship it in the ocean.
Customs Once it travels by sea or air, your product will also have to pass through customs as it crosses international borders.
There are 4 basic steps that occur when the products are imported to a country like Canada: Entrance. The first thing you need to do is determine how your product arrives in the country and where.
Valuation and valuation. Once it reaches the limit, it is tested to make sure it is legal and the value is also valued so that debts or tariffs can be applied. Classification.
After calculating the cost, the product is classified and then you can find out the percentage of tax that is going to be charged. Payment and liquidation.
At this point you will have to pay any tariffs or debts to bring it into the country.
. As might be expected, some people spend years learning this and keeping up with the rules and regulations.
Distribution Now that the product is ready, it will go to our distributor.
The product arrives at our warehouses and the products are advertised in our store and only Once everything arrives at the warehouse,
you can start shipping our products with the courier company we work with Phase 4 retailers and consumers Finally,
after a few months of sitting in shipping containers crossing the ocean and roaming trucks from warehouses to stores,
We wanted to show the whole process and the different ways a product can go through in its journey once it has been designed and ready for use.
we happy you enjoyed and read to the end thank you BUYBUY team!!