7YRSFoshan Fangbang Mechanical & Electrical Co., Ltd.
Established in 2010, Foshan Fangbang Mechanical & Electrical Co., Ltd. specializes in producing bearings. Located in Foshan City of Guangdong Province, we enjoy a comfortable environment and convenient transportation access. Covering an area of 200 square meters, our factory is equipped with bearing equipment, and operates under strict QC guidelines to guarantee high-quality products at competitive prices. We also deal in high-quality steel balls. Our products conform to international standards, such as ISO9001 quality system. Meanwhile, OEM and ODM orders are welcome. We are sure that our high quality products and excellent services will be appreciated by the growing list of satisfied customers. Contacting us is the first step to build a long and successful business relationship with us.
  • Transaction level
  • Transactions
    -
  • Response Time
    <24h
  • Response Rate
    78.9%
Business Type
Trading Company
Location
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Main ProductsTotal Employees
Fewer than 5 People
Total Annual Revenue
US$5 Million - US$10 Million
Year Established
2010
Certifications
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Product Certifications
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Patents
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Trademarks
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Main Markets

TRADE CAPABILITIES

Main Markets & Product(s)

Main Markets
Total Revenue(%)
Main Product(s)
Verified
Domestic Market
34.50%
South Asia
11.00%
Mid East
9.40%
North America
9.00%
Southeast Asia
8.90%
Africa
7.30%
Western Europe
4.20%
South America
4.00%
Eastern Europe
3.50%
Northern Europe
2.40%
Central America
2.10%
Southern Europe
1.60%
Oceania
1.60%
Eastern Asia
0.50%
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Trade Ability

No. of Employees in Trade Department
6-10 People
Average Lead Time
7
Total Annual Revenue
US$5 Million - US$10 Million

Business Terms

Accepted Delivery Terms
FOB, CFR, CIF, EXW, FAS, CIP, FCA, CPT, DEQ, DDP, DDU, Express Delivery, DAF, DES
Accepted Payment Currency
USD, EUR, JPY, CAD, AUD, HKD, GBP, CNY, CHF
Accepted Payment Type
T/T, L/C, D/P D/A, MoneyGram, Credit Card, PayPal, Western Union
Nearest Port
Guangzhou, Shanghai, Hongkong