People often say: “Customers have abused me thousands of times, but I treat them like my first love.” No matter which industry, customers are regarded as God. However, for printing and dyeing factories that have been extremely busy recently, the fear is not that there are no customers, but that there are too many customers; the relationship with customers is not like first love, but “sadomasochism”…
It is reported that following the continuous increase in dyeing fees, warehouses of gray fabrics being sold out, people queuing up to pay more for expediting, and stopping the collection of white fabrics, some printing and dyeing factories have recently issued new terms: make an appointment for fabric delivery!
According to the notice, due to the liquidation of the dyeing factory, all gray fabrics brought by customers will be rejected. The dyeing factory will arrange fabric delivery plans based on customer registration information, credibility, etc.
It can be seen that these days, not only is the gray cloth market “hard to find” and you can’t get it if you have money, but now dyeing cloth is not something you can do with money, it also depends on credit. !
Therecentmarketconditionsforgrayfabricshavebeenverygood.Downstreamdemandhasincreasedsharply,andthebalancebetweensupplyanddemandhasbeendestroyed.Thedyeingfactoriesthatarestillproducingareextremelybusy,andtheirmarketpowerhasincreased,whichhasledtothis”dominance”. The emergence of regulations.
In the past, it was a common practice in the printing and dyeing industry to “check environmental protection and raise prices.” Nowadays, not only the dyeing fee has increased, cash customers are no longer “popular”, and customers with debts are no longer required to pay a deposit, and only those who have made an appointment to carry fabrics are eligible to enter the factory for dyeing…
In fact, dyeing Such a decision by the factory can be regarded as a helpless move. After all, who wants to turn away customers thousands of miles away, refuse to accept orders if they come, and make no money even if they are there?
Today’s fabric traders can be said to be in a dilemma. Not only do they need to book in advance to buy and dye fabrics, but dyeing fees and gray fabric prices have also risen, which has also led to a sharp decline in profits.
However, the editor feels that instead of complaining and squatting in the dyeing factory all day long, hoping for the stars and the moon for shipment, it is better to adjust your mentality and arrange your production plan reasonably. After all, there are too many uncontrollable factors in the current market. : The environment has to be managed, prices have to rise… right or wrong, how can we only blame the printing and dyeing companies? </p