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Import and Distribution

Postby EKHuang » 14 Jun 2012, 21:24

Hi Everyone - I need to get information and hire a service provider that will be able to import household goods from US/Western brands and distribute them around Taiwan. Ideally, our company would get a shipping address in Taiwan to ship to from the US or sometimes China (remember all US/Western brands, no Chinese brands) and the service provider will take care of getting the products in Taiwan and deliver them to households.

If you have experience with this, have had an experience with this, or know about a service provider that we can use, please let me know asap. We need to get going in a month. Thank you!
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Re: Import and Distribution

Postby forumosatw » 11 Oct 2013, 22:45

do you still need the help?
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