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our process

Initial Consultation

The client shares essential project information, such as land use, scope, budget, and specific international requirements. This foundational step ensures the project aligns with global standards and practices.

Proposal and Design Planning

The contractor crafts a detailed design proposal, selecting appropriate products and technologies that fit the client's vision, budget, and the requirements of the project's international context. Consideration is given to products' compatibility with international standards.

Design Confirmation and Revisions

The client reviews and approves the proposal, with an opportunity for revisions to ensure the plan meets all specifications and international deployment needs.

Financial and Contractual Agreement

A comprehensive cost estimate is presented, including options for FOB and CIF terms. Under CIF, the contractor additionally covers the cost of insurance and freight to the destination port. The contract delineates payment schedules, legal terms, and responsibilities.

Manufacturing and Pre-Shipment Inspection

Following contract signing, manufacturing begins with strict adherence to quality standards suitable for international distribution. Pre-shipment inspections ensure that products meet the destination country's regulations and standards.

Choice of Shipment Terms (FOB or CIF)

FOB Shipment: The contractor arranges for the goods to be delivered on board the ship at the port of shipment. Responsibility and risk transfer to the client once the goods are onboard.
CIF Shipment: The contractor additionally arranges and pays for the insurance and freight to the destination port, transferring the risk to the client when the goods arrive at the destination port.

Customs Clearance and Importation

Upon arrival, the client or their local agent manages customs clearance, paying import duties, taxes, and handling any required documentation. This step is crucial for legal entry and compliance with local regulations.

Local Transportation and On-Site Installation

After clearing customs, products are transported to the project site for installation. Installation is managed to comply with both the original design specifications and local building codes and regulations.

Commissioning, Operational Training, and Handover

The project concludes with testing, commissioning, and training for the client's staff, ensuring they are fully prepared to operate and maintain the new systems. A formal handover signifies the project's completion to the client's satisfaction.

Local Transportation and On-Site Installation

Post-installation, the contractor provides ongoing support, including maintenance, technical assistance, and warranty services, to ensure the project's longevity and success.