10YRSCixi City Jiancai Electric Appliance Co., Ltd.
Cixi City Jiancai Electric Appliance Co., Ltd. is located in the beautiful coastal city - Ningbo City. Our company was founded in 2004. We set up Cixi Zhouxiang Jidan Electronics Factory in 2002. Our company specializes in the production of various types of kitchen supplies, household items and TV. Our products have been sold to overseas markets. We focus on new product development and improve the quality of technology. We are dedicated to providing old and new customers with the best quality products and services! We welcome overseas customers to negotiate business with us.
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Business Type
Manufacturer
Location
Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Main ProductsTotal Employees
101 - 200 People
Total Annual Revenue
US$5 Million - US$10 Million
Year Established
2007
Certifications
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Product Certifications(1)
Patents
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Trademarks
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Main Markets

PRODUCT CAPACITY

Factory Information

Factory Size
5,000-10,000 square meters
Factory Location
Xisan Industrial park
No. of Production Lines
6
Contract Manufacturing
OEM Service OfferedDesign Service OfferedBuyer Label Offered
Annual Output Value
US$5 Million - US$10 Million

R&D CAPACITY

Production Certification

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Certification Name
Certified By
Business Scope
Available Date
Verified
CE
SHEZHEN TIMEWAY TESTING LABORATORIES
Small household appliances
2018-05-23 ~
RoHS
SHENZHEN TIMEWAY TESTING LABORATORIES
Household Electric Appliances
2018-06-07 ~
Verified

Research & Development

Less than 5 People

TRADE CAPABILITIES

Main Markets & Product(s)

Main Markets
Total Revenue(%)
Main Product(s)
Verified
Western Europe
20.00%
Mid East
20.00%
Eastern Europe
20.00%
South America
20.00%
North America
20.00%
Verified

Trade Ability

Average Lead Time
25
Total Annual Revenue
US$5 Million - US$10 Million

Business Terms

Accepted Delivery Terms
FOB, EXW
Accepted Payment Currency
USD, EUR, AUD, HKD, CNY
Accepted Payment Type
T/T, L/C
Nearest Port
Ningbo