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In October 2022, American customer A purchased exhibition stands in China to meet their Tacoma customer's exhibition needs. The factory expects the goods to be ready in the first week of the month and requires them to be delivered to the door before the 27th of the month. It was found that there was no ship available in Tacoma during the week of early October, but the next shipment could not meet the delivery date. In order to buy time, we broke away from conventional thinking and after discussing with the customer, we decided to first ship the goods to LA by express ship, immediately unpack the containers, and then send a special car to the Tacoma customer's address. During the process, we closely communicated and cooperated with the American agent, snatched back a few days of time, and successfully solved the delivery problem for the customer.

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In October 2022, American customer A purchased exhibition stands in China to meet their Tacoma customer's exhibition needs. The factory expects the goods to be ready in the first week of the month and requires them to be delivered to the door before the 27th of the month. It was found that there was no ship available in Tacoma during the week of early October, but the next shipment could not meet the delivery date. In order to buy time, we broke away from conventional thinking and after discussing with the customer, we decided to first ship the goods to LA by express ship, immediately unpack the containers, and then send a special car to the Tacoma customer's address. During the process, we closely communicated and cooperated with the American agent, snatched back a few days of time, and successfully solved the delivery problem for the customer.

In June 2023, a South American customer had a 4x40 'HO door frame, which required delivery to the port within 50 days from Yantian to Guanta. The conventional route required passing through the Panama Canal, but unfortunately, the canal was severely congested, and the entire journey was expected to take more than 80 days. The customer was very anxious. Upon learning of this, we immediately held a team meeting to study the routes of all shipping companies and found that transit through Kingston could avoid the Panama Canal and meet the time requirements. The customer also agreed to our new plan. The final arrival of the goods at the destination port within 50 days; Solved the urgent needs of the customer.