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CHARLES YANG
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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 9:39 am    Post subject: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

We are OY GARDEN FOREING TRADE CO.,LTD ,We are a factory which is located in
Ningbo and we are very pleased to enter into business relations with your
esteemed company. We do hope to be your best Choice of garden products in
China.

Since our company has been built in 2003,we have been specilized
in only garden products.Welcome to pay attention to our website(www.oygardening.com ),We are awarded ISO9001:2000 and also we are enjoying high reputation all over
the world. I am sure that we will offer you sound articles at extremely
moderate prices. I assure you that you will never regret dealing with us
anytime and anywhere.

Let's start and expand our business very soon and I do trust
that we will create a wonderful future hands in hands just because of mutual
support.

Should you have any questions or for more information about our
company,you pls do not hesitate to contact us directly.Your any question
shall be highly appreciated.

Thanks for your time and attention

Warm regards
CHARLES YANG
Tel :13777091560(Call me any time please)
OY GARDEN FOREING TRDAE CO.,LTD.

TEL:086 574-56196365

FAX:086 574 56196365
webside: www.oygardening.com

 

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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 10:58 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

How would you describe Ningbo? I can look it up geographically. Is it primarily manufacturing area or rural. Are your engines produced local?

 
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Davis In SC
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 6:45 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

No thanks, Hop Sing... We do not need any more junky Chink garden tools.. Walmart is full of that stuff.. Breaks the first time you use it..

 
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 7:13 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I rather expected one to respond that way. I don"t misunderstand why. I thought it benificial for some dialogue and some photos of factories. This is always good stuff we can relate to. The fact is we trade with China on huge scale. There can be no point to demean a sincere effort to reach out. For the fact that if everything was junk we wouldn"t be buying it. Also if we have workers reaching out and trying to talk with us about their products it is a slap to treat this with anything but respect.

 
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 8:48 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I guess I have an attitude toward China, as well as the US corps. that are importing goods from there. I am in the tool and die business, and most of our former customers are now importing tooling from China. The imported tooling is always junk, substandard materials, poor design amd workmanship, etc... For some reason, these same companies that buy their tooling, expect us to be there to make it work, for little or no money.. There is a sense of Entitlement, that I owe it to them, to bail them out of trouble. after they made a dumb decision to buy from China, based only on price.. Actually, I have nothing against the individual Chinese worker, they are just trying to make a living... The US companies that deal with China are the problem.. Pure Greed is all it is.. Buy for a penny, sell for a dollar.. Chances are that post was not by a person, but by a trolling computer...

 
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 9:10 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I know now more than I did before. I appreciate your reply on this matter. I'm a half-ssed machinist myself and can't really appreciate what those in the trade must deal with these days. I should have let it go yet by my response I have met You. I think that was kinda worth it to know more.

 
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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2007 4:10 am    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

As with previous posts on the subject of china and it imports. I can not say anything bad about the common man just tring to feed and raise kids
more power to them.
We have let this happen {greed} is the primary motive as said in other posts . But how can we compete in a world economy , when we {USA}hold the the highest living standard in the world.
The common man in china earns between 400to500
us dollars a year
How can we Compete with that?
I have two girls from china and have seen the living condisons there first hand
Last but not least, I am a toolmaker by trade and own a large shop in indiana so I also can
feel the sting of loseing jobs and customers!

 
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bill mar
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PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2007 5:41 pm    Post subject: Re: garden tools export from china Reply to specific post Reply with quote

doesnt anyone else sense this as a scam of some kind? it opens by asking for business relations with your "company".what company ? yesterday tractors?

 
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