Fill in the form below to request a Supplier List (PDF). If you are not familiar with the terms of the sourcing report, please read the FAQ below the Contact Form.
When should I order a Supplier List?
We recommend that you request a supplier list once you have a complete product specification (Template 1A). You should not request a supplier list before this, as you cannot submit a Request for Quotation (RFQ) without one.
Based on what criteria do you source suppliers?
Supplier selection is based on publicly available company information. This includes registered capital, certification, test reports, and product scope. We also apply different criteria depending on the product category and industry.
Note that we can only reflect actual market conditions. We cannot bend reality and source manufacturers that don’t exist or identify suppliers offering below market prices or MOQ requirements.
Step 1: Determine supplier type
Once we receive your sourcing request we determine which type of supplier we should target. We also set our selection criteria:
- Product Scope
- ISO 9001: Yes / No / Preferred
- BSCI or Sedex: Yes / No / Preferred
- Test Reports: Yes / No / Preferred
- Registered Capital: Min XXX,XXX
- Location: City, Province, Country
Step 2: Supplier shortlist
We review suppliers on B2B supplier directories to identify 6 to 8 suppliers matching our criteria.
We cannot select suppliers based on the following criteria:
- Product design
Step 3: Supplier List (PDF) Delivered
We normally deliver the Supplier List (PDF) via email within 3 to 5 days.
What kind of information is provided in the Sourcing Report?
- Company name
- Product scope
- Registered capital
- Quality Management System (ISO 9001)
- Social Compliance (BSCI or Sedex)
- Website / Contact Page
Do you have a sample report available?
Yes, click here to download a sample report.
How many suppliers are listed in the report?
Normally 6 to 8 suppliers.
How long does it take to process the order?
3 to 5 days (not including weekends and public holidays in Hong Kong)
Do you contact the supplier and/or manage our order?
No, we don’t contact any of the suppliers. You must contact the suppliers directly and follow the process in the project manager.