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Seven Ways to Strengthen Customer Relationships in the Interlining Industry

Written by Customer Business Development Team
Wednesday, 8 December 2010, 9:30


There are a lot of ways to market your company in the world. Some companies may focus on advertising, branding building, online marketing etc. Of all methods to market the company, the most effective of all is, perhaps, strengthen customer relationships. This is true for an interlining supplier. Customers show continuous loyalty to their suppliers if they are happy and satisfied with their business partners. Strong customer relationships will encourage the customers to not only continue the business with their suppliers, but also spread the word of your company in their business circles. New customers may be attracted by the good comments from your existing customers. This word of mouth is important to any company when you are building your reputation and brand name, as well as diversifying the potential market segments.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 8 December 2010, 22:45

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How to Apply the Bergen Brunswig’s Model to Develop Customer Success in Interlining Industry

Written by Global Supply Chain Management Team
Friday, 14 January 2011, 9:30

The current fierce competitive situation urges the manufacturers to make every effort to develop customer success. There are a lot of tools and strategies to achieve this goal. To most manufacturers, establishing incentives for maintaining long-term alliances is attributed to tailoring services to specific customers. The nature of Bergen Brunswig’s initiative is a model based on logistical competency to achieve customer success and to gain competitive superiority. A proper application on Bergen Brunswig’s model will help achieve supply chain success and developing customer success, with the fusion of information technology and leadership collaboration from both parties. This model is applicable to an interlining supplier.


Last Updated on Friday, 14 January 2011, 22:45

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Food Price Surge Ease but What about the Cash Corps for Interlining Industry in China

Written by Strategic Planning Team
Thursday, 23 December 2010, 11:40

The trend of food price surged in the past couple of months. This is also true to the cash corps for the interlining industry. The price on raw materials for interlining products like cotton increased dramatically, which resulted in the high cost for the manufacturing of woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.


There are several reasons for the crazy surging trend for the price of food and cash corps. Of all factors, decreasing supply and market speculation are the most influential.


Last Updated on Thursday, 23 December 2010, 23:45

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Rising Labor Shortage Hits the Interlining Industry in China

Written by Strategic Planning Team
Wednesday, 15 December 2010, 10:10

The current labor market in China brought about a difficult period for the service and manufacturing industries. There is no exception to the interlining industry for woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.


“When you read in newspaper like China Daily, you will find the Yangtze and Pearl River deltas are suffering from the shortfall of migrant workers,” according to Sam Lee, the Managing Director in Interlining Source Limited, “of all industries, service and manufacturing industries suffer most.”


Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 December 2010, 14:20

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How to Maintain Inventory Control in the Interlining Industry

Written by Global Supply Chain Management Team
Friday, 10 December 2010, 11:30

Under the current fierce competition, suppliers in the interlining industry are making every effort to lower the costs for their products, which in turn become one of the core competences of the company. Of all aspects that threat to a business success, the most influential one is, perhaps, the waste. This is especially true in the interlining industry. Waste causes a majority part of problems for the manufacturing process for an interlining product such as woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining. It thus leads to higher costs to both the interlining manufacturers and the customers. Problems of waste not only lead to high cost of the products, but also create harms to the environment. It takes more energy and time to solve the problems of waste.


Last Updated on Friday, 10 December 2010, 15:45

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