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A supplier in china who speaks your language

Discussion in 'Sourcing & Freight Services' started by brit-in-asia, Feb 21, 2009.

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  1. Nayacoba

    Nayacoba

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    I didn't know so many people lived in South Wales. ;)

    If you guys would ever consider doing business elsewhere in Asia than China, I have set up an export company based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    We deal mainly with printed carrier bags for medium- to high-end retailers (paper, plastic, non-woven), but also other packaging materials. Should any of you have requirements of this nature, feel free to drop me an email at (Email Hidden for Privacy)

    I am from Denmark, but moved to Malaysia in 2000 and have a great network there within several industries (incl. China), if you are looking for suppliers of other materials.

    Best regards,
    Michael
  2. DLWebco

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    Merthyr, Aberdare, Newport.... quite a few welsh people on here, I was born in Pontypridd but I live in Pontlottyn, got a place in Rhymney and a place in Merthyr, anyone know where Rhymney and Pontlottyn is? :)
  3. discountswales

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    Of course, it's just outside Merthyr, all the in-breds are from that way.
    Only joking :)
  4. DandCGamesLtd

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    Yeah i do mate Rhymney's ruff as hell lol Pontlottyn is quit quite tho so you got a got happy medium going there.

    Us welsh lot should all get together some time may be good for business - just a thought
  5. DLWebco

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    The top part of Rhymney is very ruff, I'm at the bottom so its nice and quite down this end, Pontlottyn is quite too so its all good.

    Yep, us welsh lot should, share some thoughts
  6. DandCGamesLtd

    DandCGamesLtd Banned Member

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    well heres my email address ********************** drop me an email
  7. carl.blue

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    Hi could you email me a list of some products you can source.

    Thanks.
  8. RUTHL

    RUTHL Banned Member

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    Hi
    I am also from Wales, in R.C.T. Could you please send me a list of your products. Thanks
  9. jitverify.com

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    If you have suppliers in China, we can help you to manage your suppliers and inspect products before delivery.
  10. h0gghill

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    Hi there... May I know you know of any suppliers who supply european style board games?
    Examples of titles are AGRICOLA, CITADELS, SETTLERS of CATAN.
    Thanks a lot
  11. Sebastionay

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    Familiar with Porthcawl guys? its not far :)
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