When the pump in the production of casting, forging, welding, electroplating, pickling and environmental impact, the investment in environmental protection is large. Therefore, in recent years, labor-intensive production pumps in developed countries, especially in developing countries such as China, have been transferred to general-purpose pumps. They usually produce pumps that meet standard requirements in developing countries and then sell them to developing and developed countries. Or in developing countries, wholly owned or joint ventures, product line sales. Seeking truth from facts, Chinese enterprises may benefit from industrial transfer in developed countries.
In fact, as long as we understand the needs of the market, domestic pump enterprises have great advantages in becoming the dominant force in the international market. As long as the way is right, we can stand at the front of the market and act as the leading role of the market.
Many enterprises have obtained ISO 9001 quality management system certification and certification, some enterprises have obtained safety certification, the European Community Chief Executive. At the same time, many of our pumping enterprises have been fully capable of producing centrifugal pumps, multi-stage pumps, reciprocating pumps, diaphragm pumps, oil pumps and other products. The product quality can fully meet the requirements of iso5208:1993 standards. China's pump exports also increased year by year. In recent years, the value of exports in 2001 was US$38,000,000, in 2002 it was US$43,000,000 and in 2004 it was US$656,000,000, which shows that the export situation is very good. What is more gratifying is that foreign manufacturers such as Changsha Zhonglian Pump Industry Co., Ltd. have been in operation since the establishment of pumping industry in China.
Enterprises set up their own sales organizations abroad to sell products directly to local customers. Indirect export refers to enterprises exporting their products through domestic intermediaries. This export mode is the simplest choice. It does not need full-time exporters, nor does it need a large amount of capital investment. It is flexible and less risky. But the shortcomings are also very obvious, that is, enterprises can not directly participate in international sales activities, the export market is basically out of control, market information feedback is limited, and it is difficult to make timely adjustments to market changes.