Shanghai Garment Analysis

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This Shanghai Garment Group CO., LTD. Shanghai Garment Group Co, LTD is a 60 year old successful and leading company in fabric manufacturing and garment agent business amongst millions companies in People’s Republic of China. We have got wonderful experiences in manufacturing diverse kinds of clothes, meanwhile, advantages of the cost control maintains us in a high competitive position in the market. The quality and efficiency are always we insist and consistently satisfied thousands business partners during the past 60 years. At the moment of our 60th birthday, we are looking forward to cooperate with more promising and high reputation company in the world wide range. Right now, our main business partners include a sound number of famous Japanese great brand clothing corporation eg,Itouch and Uniqlo. For the reason of our future target and expanding our business map in a world range, we are willing to find and cooperate with more garment corporation from EU in terms of tackling your orders and serving you with our high quality and dedicating one-stop cloth manufacturing and shipment services. Therefore, here, I am so glad to and excited to ask you for a potential opportunity to cooperate with you which definitely is our honor and hopefully, you can enquire any doubt about us and we are willing to hear from you soon. Kind Regards

Our UK Representative: Mr. Hanshen Xu
Contact Number: +44(0)7581196015
Email: hanshen.xu@ncl.ac.uk
Our website: http://www.shanghai-garment.com (sorry about we haven’t set English version yet, but we will soon)

PS, hopefully, we can get an opportunity to have a talk about our business and I am sure we can give you the most wonderful service and satisfying…...

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