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Philippines Dropshipping

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by Annabanana31, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. Annabanana31

    Annabanana31 Newbie

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    Hi, I am from Philippines, and for everyone's information, products from the Philippines are very cheap and so profitable. I am wiling to do a joint venture with anyone for good business. Let's talk :)


    You can ask for any products and I will do my best to give you the cheapest price. :)
     
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  2. carlikito

    carlikito Regular Member

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    It'll be better if you tell us what you have for sale.
     
  3. Atoooty

    Atoooty Newbie

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    Hi
    I am interested on buying specific products from Philippines. How can I contact you?
     
  4. infoasian

    infoasian Supreme Member

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    Can you export arnis sticks?
     
  5. AmateRasu

    AmateRasu Power Member

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    they are really cheap specially in baguio and mt. province :) ranging from $1.50 - $4 each
     
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    infoasian Supreme Member

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    That's a price for foreigners and way too expensive. Whole sale price in the US is around 3$ to 5$. What's the Filipino price? 50 Cents?
     
  7. AmateRasu

    AmateRasu Power Member

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    Well I just googled this information

    Export quality
    Wood Type: kamagong ang rattan labsika
    Total lenght: 1x28"
    Price:
    P50 rattan
    P500 kamagong
    P100 arnis case sticks
    P300 arnis for 8 sticks with 3 pockets

    BTW $1 = 44 Pesos

    thats a price in the city. If you would contact the arnis makers directly then you can find 50 cent per arnis :) Makers are usually in provinces
     
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  8. infoasian

    infoasian Supreme Member

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    SIGGGGHHH. I will contact you when I need Google.
     
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  9. pipei

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    Really depends on quality of the material and if you want it simply natural or with burn ornaments etc.. Good export quality has it's price but if bought in bulk directly from the cutters it will be less than a buck per stick. Most of us, however, do not live in the province so you still have to add costs for going and coming, time spend, transpo cost etc.

    Shipping from here is a pain in the ass, regular mail takes forever and is not cheap either. Fedex and DHL are out of the question for those - they will not fit in the supplied cartons or pouches. Ocean freight it is. How many thousands you want to buy to make it worth my time ?
     
  10. zxbenjaminxz

    zxbenjaminxz Newbie

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    hi, mind pming me your catalog?
     
  11. openagain

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    Please message me your products / details. Very interested
     
  12. sippick

    sippick BANNED BANNED

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    make a catalog and send me a PM. I would be importing loads.
     
  13. Guyabano

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    I live here as well ( expat ) and export a lot of Chinese made stuff. This is a great place to buy from Chinese wholesalers all sorts of stuff.

    Annabanana or anyone else who lives here will not have a catalog. Way to many things available to list even a fraction but the main problem is the ever so fast changing availability. Today all you want and a few days from now no stock. That is the brutal reality and puts a big stop to making a catalog.

    Just imagine a large mall with about 500 stalls and shops. All Chinese run and all sell the same stuff. Comes in to a single main Chinese importer and gets distributed to all those wholesalers and retailers. If 1 is out of stock, they all are.

    And that's just 1 mall out of a dozen or so. Plus an endless array of stripmalls, side street shops and what not.

    Dropshipping here is basically out of the question. Postage is quite expensive and takes forever with no tracking available.

    If you want to get cheap goods from here make contact with someone who lives here and knows his way around.

    Do ocean freight and make a killing - IF you know what products you want that person to source.

    I been doing it for some years now with 2 people - took us forever to establish a good working relationship with a few solid suppliers and keep the supplies rolling. Besides a good year of trial and error to find about 200 items that are non vero, not faked, decent quality, easy to ship, cheap to buy and foremost daily sellers, multiple times.

    It's easy to ask for a catalog and it's easy to say " Hey, I live in the Philippines were everything is cheap"

    Not as easy to get the shit together.
     
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  14. SmartHealth

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    Try me for dropship from India. Only pharma.