I’m in Australia and can doubtlessly be promoting a manufactured product of mine wholesale to a small enterprise within the US. My product is manufactured in China.
I’m seeking to quote the US enterprise my wholesale value for the gadgets and transport, they’ll then pay me and I proceed to pay my provider in China to make and ship the gadgets to US on my behalf.
In an effort to be as clear as doable for prices for buying I wish to present the US enterprise with approx transport prices for 500 items, 1000 items (small light-weight gadgets so in all probability despatched by way of air) and so forth.. which embrace all duties and taxes – mainly to allow them to know upfront how a lot it is going to value to get the gadgets to their door.
I perceive that is DDP value and that is what I ought to have my provider present me with to present to them.
What do different wholesalers do for transport expenses to their prospects in a B2B relationship when sending items from their provider in China?
Do you put on the price of transport? Do you quote them transport prices for FOB and ensure they’re conscious they want a freight forwarder and might want to pay out extra for customs and so forth? Or quote them the total DDP value?
Curious to find out how different companies do that … Recognize all responses.
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