How to make a deal

If you’re looking to make a deal, we’ve got you covered from A to Z. Supplyjet offers a variety of trading options to make your experience as smooth as possible. Whether you’re a solopreneur, wholesaler, merchandiser, or purchasing agent for your valued brands, simply browse through our extensive product category to find what you’re looking for. Our product pages provide quick and relevant information to help you make informed decisions. Once you’ve selected the products that fit your business needs, we’ll assist you with the order placement process from your inquiries. However, if you have your design and requirements, we welcome you to place a custom order.

Customize your order:

If you have created a design for your product or have images of your product available, you can upload them along with desired specifications such as fabric, size, color, weight, etc. Once you have uploaded these details, you can request a sample from us so that we can ensure that we are aligned on the product specifications before you place a final purchasing order.

Ordering Samples for free:

We offer samples for almost all of our products. To request a sample, simply visit the product page and click on the ‘Product Inquiries’ link. Then, select the size and color of the product you are interested in. Once you have chosen the size and color, you will also need to select a shipping method and indicate the FOB price. Please note that all the prices in our catalog are FOB prices, so you will only need to pay for the freight cost based on your chosen shipping method (Air or Ocean).

What is FOB?

FOB is a term in international commercial law specifying at what point respective obligations, costs, and risks involved in the delivery of goods shift from the seller to the buyer under the Incoterms standard published by the International Chamber of Commerce.

This means that in FOB shipping point agreements, we will pay all transportation costs and fees to get the goods to the port of origin. Once the goods are at the point of origin and on the transportation vessel, the buyer is financially responsible for the costs of transporting the goods such as customs, taxes, and fees. Please click here to learn more about our pricing procedure…

Shipping Method:

International shipping is predominantly carried out through air and ocean. When a product needs to reach its destination quickly, shipping via air is the best option, although it is more expensive compared to ocean shipping. Conversely, ocean shipping is much cheaper but takes a longer time to reach the destination. The most commonly used shipping service providers include Postal service, UPS, FedEx, DHL, and Port-to-Port shipment. You can click here to learn more about our shipping process.

Payment Options:

At Supplyjet, we understand the importance of providing our customers with a seamless payment experience. That’s why we offer you a wide range of payment options to choose from, whether you prefer to use standard credit or debit cards, PayPal, or any of the 45+ regional payment methods or online wallets we support. No matter where you are in the world, you can make a payment to us with ease and confidence, knowing that we prioritize your security and privacy. Check out our website for more information on our secure payment process.

 Finalizing your deal:

Before finalizing the deal, it is recommended that you provide us with your full address so that we can calculate the transportation cost of the products you have ordered. The freight company determines the transportation cost based on the weight and size of the boxes. Our boxes range from 1kg to a maximum of 30kg, and the shipping price of each box is updated regularly. To learn more about the pricing and shipment, please click on the link. We add the transportation cost to the FOB price to calculate the total price of the product that will reach its destination.

Example: let’s say a buyer from the USA orders 100 t-shirts at a FOB price of $1 each. The total weight of the 100 T-shirts is 15kg and there is a transportation cost of $100. We calculate the total cost by adding the quantity of t-shirts multiplied by the FOB price and then adding the transportation cost. Therefore, the total price will be (100 t-shirts x $1 FOB price) + $100 transportation cost, which equals $200 to get the t-shirts delivered to their destination.      

Different product categories require buyers to pay 50%-70% of the total price upfront during the order acceptance process. To begin the manufacturing process, you will be required to pay 50%-70% of the total purchase amount. Once we receive the payment from our valuable buyer, we immediately initiate the manufacturing process. As a part of our commitment to providing an excellent customer experience, we will keep you updated regularly until the production is completed.

We do not offer a shopping cart payment method. Instead, a purchasing bill will be sent to the email address provided. To ensure mutual understanding, we recommend completing the transaction in several milestones.

Example: A buyer ordered 500000 T-shirts from us. We divided the order into four parts, delivering 100,000 T-shirts each month.

To complete the payment, the remaining 30%-50% must be paid once the production is finished. We will send you the shipping documents, including the tracking number. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that the product reaches its destination safe and sound after we complete the shipping procedure.

We are looking for buyers who are equally dedicated and professional to establish a long-term partnership with. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that our customers are satisfied and to achieve this, we take an active part in every stage of the product delivery process. Our approach to every order is to meet deadlines, provide quality assurance, offer regular updates, and begin working on it as soon as possible.

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