Chinese Bags & Footwear Industry Analysed by Global Sources04 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster
Guangdong, Fujian and Zhejiang provinces are the main production centers for bags and footwear. Following this structure, each area is represented by about 25 percent of the Chinese suppliers.
According to the report “Sourcing Report: Bags & Footwear” by Global Sources, most businesses are locally owned. Less than 20 percent receive foreign funding. To produce this report, Global Sources interviewed a wide range of enterprises.
This report covers the major products of China’s bags and footwear industry, namely fashion, travel, business and special-purpose carriers, slippers, fl ip-fl ops, and casual, dress, sports, work, safety and occupational shoes and boots.
The products and prices section discusses each category and design trends specific to the line. In addition, it details the typical features and prices of low-end, midrange and high-end models.
The Industry Overview touches on the challenges faced by the sector. The segment also mentions how the obstacles are affecting transaction terms and prices.
Bags & Footwear
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 350,00
Rather than focus simply on high-profile makers, we compiled a representative sample of large, midsize and emerging manufacturers. All profiled companies are export-oriented professional suppliers that are verified by Global Sources.
Each supplier is confirmed to be authentic with a legally registered business. All companies are visited three or more times by Global Sources to ensure they are export-ready and have real offices and products.
The listed contact person has been verified to represent the registered company. In each case, companies were required to answer specific questions designed to verify their manufacturing and export credentials.
All profiled suppliers participated in a survey designed to provide insight into price trends, sales outlook and target markets in the next six to 12 months.
All survey questions are single choice. Results were calculated based on the actual number of valid responses to each question.
More information can be found in the report “Sourcing Report: Bags & Footwear” by Global Sources.