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- You International Trade Company
- Phone: +8615392181228
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We supply many kinds of shoes for adult and kids with OEM, including sport casual shoes, canvas shoes (injection shoes, vulcanized shoes and cements shoes) ballerians and boots.
For OEM production, small quantity are suitable for us, For stock shoes with wholesale and retail will be updated every week, more information you can get from our sale team. We are excepting to be one of your long term suppliers in China
1. products Introduction of the cement canvas shoes
For a simple, cute and comfortable shoe she can wear every day, bring these Tressa Single Strap Sneakers for OEM/ODM. into her wardrobe. With a breathable cotton upper, her little feet will be feeling cozy all day. When she's eager to get out and play, easily slip her squirmy feet in and secure them with the single strap with an easy-close fastener. The simple and fun star print easily pairs with any of her favorite outfits for a go-to choice when getting dressed.
Care and Cleaning: Avoid extreme heat
Lining Material: Textile
Insole Material: Textile
Features: Sneakers, Hook and loop closure, Closed toe
Sole Material: 35.0% Rubber and 65.0% Polyester
Heel: No heel
Shoe Width: Medium
2. Products Specification
Place of Original
Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)
1,200 pairs for each color, 2 to 3 colors per style
24-36 (EU SIZE)
Spring, Summer, Autumn
3. Products Feature and Application
4. Products Package
Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below
5. Production, Shipment and Delivery
6. Our Service
Maximum reply time: 24 hours
You can depend on high quality service. We will treat every mail with 24 hours (Usually much faster)
We guarantee after sales support with effective service coordination from our experienced service team work.
In time delivery will be ensured. Otherwise please claim compensation when it is delayed.
7. Factory Profile
8. Our Partner and market
FILA, GEOX, LOTTO, DOCKERS, DIADORA, DISNEY, TRASLUZ, El Corte Inglés, etc
South American: 20%
Mid East: 20%
South African: 15%
Q1: What about the lead time for bulk production?
Honestly, it will depend on the style and order quantity, while, normally, the lead time of MOQ orders will be 45 days after the payment.
Q2: Are you a manufacturer or trading company?
We have own factory, and we are a trading department exproting many kinds of footwear.
Besides, we have several fixed cooperative factories who are very supportive and work together with us for many years.
Q3: How many deposit we need to pay before production?
30% deposit, 70% balance should be paid before delivery. It can pay according to the actual situation. we also can accept L/C at sight.
10. SHOES FACTORY PART EIGHT
The sewing machine was introduced in 1846, and provided an alternative method for the mechanization of shoemaking. By the late 1850s, the industry was beginning to shift towards the modern factory, mainly in the US and areas of England. A shoe stitching machine was invented by the American Lyman Blake in 1856 and perfected by 1864. Entering into partnership with McKay, his device became known as the McKay stitching machine and was quickly adopted by manufacturers throughout New England. As bottlenecks opened up in the production line due to these innovations, more and more of the manufacturing stages, such as pegging and finishing, became automated. By the 1890s, the process of mechanisation was largely complete.
Since the mid-20th Century, advances in rubber, plastics, synthetic cloth, and industrial adhesives have allowed manufacturers to create shoes that stray considerably from traditional crafting techniques. Leather, which had been the primary material in earlier styles, has remained standard in expensive dress shoes, but athletic shoes often have little or no real leather. Soles, which were once laboriously hand-stitched on, are now more often machine stitched or simply glued on. Many of these newer materials, such as rubber and plastics, have made shoes less biodegradable. It is estimated that most mass-produced shoes require 1000 years to degrade in a landfill. In the late 2000s, some shoemakers picked up on the issue and began to produce shoes made entirely from degradable materials, such as the Nike Considered.