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Q: How do I import shoes from China

19 weeks 6 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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I love this sort of question. And I love the effort that goes into crafting the details and context.

Some clown gets a notion that they'd like to get rich but doesn't want to make any effort so make an account here and ask for the keys to the bank. They will never reply to a comment.

And still think they'll get insider information. Clowns.

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You shouldn't copy questions from Quora ... I know that, 'cause I use a 'search engine' ... often.

 

Importing Shoes and Footwear From China: A Complete Guidehttps://www.chinaimportal.com/blog/import-shoes-footwear-china-complete-guide/Shoes and footwear take up a lot of space. Thus, Air freight is not viable as charges are not only based on the cargo weight, but also volume. Shipping by sea is the only viable option when importing shoes and footwear from China. But that is not saying you must order a full container load.

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I love this sort of question. And I love the effort that goes into crafting the details and context.

Some clown gets a notion that they'd like to get rich but doesn't want to make any effort so make an account here and ask for the keys to the bank. They will never reply to a comment.

And still think they'll get insider information. Clowns.

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easier,

1 step, find real manufactuer(supplier)

2 step, do china customs declaration, or let your shipping agent do that for u

3 step, do customs clearance at your location when shoes arrive

then you will got it

 

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Silly foreigner, go back to Foreignerland , everyone knows that there are no shoes in the Middle Kingdom. 

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