China may be the new Shangri-la. But for newcomers there can be many hurdles to overcome before the commercial goldmine becomes a reality. Style Group International not only smoothes the way, but turns challenges into opportunities
November 2nd, 2007
Style Group International offers high quality industrial design, manufacturing, sourcing and quality control services through its on-the-ground team for companies pursuing business opportunities in
Avoiding off-shore agents, clients can deal directly with a highly professional company, with an established China organisation and facilities, taking the stress out of the quality control of details and finishes, and negotiating the obstacles of export and import regulations.
A design-savvy staff ensures the best possible solutions, while Style Group’s intimate knowledge of the China market enables clients to benefit from China’s increasingly sophisticated manufacturing capabilities.
So, whether you’re looking for large format printing, flooring, steel racking, marble or engineered stone tabletops or help with having your custom furniture and accessories produced and delivered to you, a comprehensive service is now available.
A recently completed store for the retail chain, Wild Surf Co, is an excellent example of the level of capability available through off-shore manufacturing, highlighting speed, quality and economy. Style Group provided all the display cabinetry, counters, joinery and custom steel racking for the 750m3 space through its China manufacturing units, adding another outstanding retail credit to its portfolio which includes internationally known companies such as Quiksilver, Billabong, Westfield, Rip Curl and Surfection.
Style Group offers a speedy, cost effective and comprehensive service from design through manufacture to delivery – supported by informed design advice and quality control support to meet manufacturing needs achieving optimum results.
Style Group’s internal logistics department handles shipment, monitors the status of orders and deals with clearing shipment and customs. It caters to all sizes of business and offers consultations to businesses looking for advice and guidance on setting up branch offices in China.
At last – a fail-safe means to doing successful business in China.
Style Group International
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