User Guide for

Source and Negotiate

Buyer can search for products or suppliers on Once buyer has selected a supplier, buyer should negotiate the key terms regarding the Purchase Order, and reach an agreement with supplier, including the terms of price, deposit and balance payment, shipment, the first and last payment release etc. Buyer and seller can talk directly online with message tool on

Contract and Payment

After buyer places an order online (draft order), seller will see it on seller the account, and seller will need to draft formal e-Contract as per all agreement with buyer. This formal contact is regarded as basic formal evidence for the transaction.
After seller submits e-Contract online, buyer will see it on buyer center. Buyer then will confirm the e-Contact online, and make payment online(deposit or full payment) to supplier’s Bank Account nominated by

Buyer can make payments via three methods:

 Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard,Discovery,American Express;
 Third party payment tool: PayPal balance, BitPesa (only for payments from Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania and Ghana)
 Bank Transfer

Buyer shall bear the service charge of each payment service provider.

Buyer shall pay deposit and balance in accordance with the e-Contract. Once deposit is processed, Seller needs to prepare the products and notice buyer about the status. Seller shall deliver shipment to Logistic Company after buyer’s balance payment (if the deposit is not the full amount of the order). strictly requires that the buyer will need to pay full payment of the order before shipment takes place. shall compare the data between Packing List provided by Seller and Cargo Receipt provided by Logistic Company. The whole trade process shall proceed in the event that the data in Packing List is the same with that in the Cargo Receipt. Seller shall modify cargo and related documents in the event of any discrepancy occurred between the data in the Packing List and Cargo Receipt.

As value-added service, Buyer can designate to inspect the number of pieces of a certain percentage of the whole cargo

Seller can withdraw the released payment in RMB and USD to its bank accounts created within Chinese mainland.


Seller can then choose 3 ways to effect shipment:

> Express
> Air Freight
> Sea Freight ( both LCL and FCL )

All the documents required by the Customs clearance in China will be created by the system automatically (as per the e-Contract) will be generated automatically by our transaction system, and viewable in the Seller Center.

Trade Authenticity Guaranteed

Through digital linking-up with related parties in the trade process (including China Customs, logistic companies, Customs brokers etc.), guarantees and protects the trade authenticity in the event of the e-contract, payment, shipment, Customs clearance and delivery. builds trust between buyer and supplier. The whole logistics process is visible online.

Flexible payment release terms can be negotiated between buyer and supplier when drafting the contract. The First payment to be released to supplier upon China Customs clearance proof at loading port, with the percentage agreed by both buyer and supplier in the e-Contract.

The last payment to be released to supplier upon the schedule of :

> for sea-freight or air-freight, the 10th calendar day since the issuance date of Delivery Order by freight forwarder at destination
> for express service, the 5th calendar day since Cargo Receipt is signed by buyer.

Trade Visibility Solution

Buyers are able to track and know the order status on Buyer Center, such as: Waiting for supplier to draft contract; Waiting for payment, Waiting supplier to ship, Shipment Released by China Customs, etc.

Buyers are also able to find Cargo Receipt, and shipped onboard B/L issued by by forwarder or logistic company at loading port on Buyer Center.

All documents required by the Customs of destination country, such as packing list, commercial invoice, etc, can be viewable and generated on Buyer Center.