Why do I need Inspections?

We help clients protect their product quality and legal interests throughout the entire supply chain process – from raw materials testing, finished goods inspections to container loading inspections. We offer inspection services to buyers and sellers of materials and products in the world’s markets.

Quality Control Inspections add value by reducing the cost of failure of your product, by ensuring they meet both customer standards, industry, and government regulations, and ensure quality products are manufactured to the specifications of the customer and shipped to the customer standards.

Our Inspectors help identify products nonconformities and possible shipments delays of your order. Products and materials that we test and inspect include consumer goods such as Home Furniture, Construction Products, clothes, toys, cosmetics, and food, chemicals, and many other products.

The benefits of having Inspections include:

  • Our inspections are conducted to ISO 2859-1 Standards.
  • Reduced costs due to Product Failure – for example, replacement and disposal of faulty goods.
  • Avoid recalls and reputational damage.
  • Anticipate production and shipment delays.
  • Reduced days lost due to production delays.
  • Improved communications with the Supplier.
  • A Supplier can quickly fix any product issues identified.
  • Payment would be made for conforming goods only.
  • You will reduce your Customer complaints on faulty product.
  • Ensure product quality at every production stage.

The green sticker shows that the parcel has passed the inspection

Quality Guarantee

The quality of the goods purchased by customers will be guaranteed. Taking apparel products as an example, we will check the materials used, the firmness of the fabric, the cleanliness, and the craftsmanship, and give customers timely feedback on quality inspection. For products that fail to pass the inspection standards, we will return the products immediately to the supplier and refund the client.

Quantity Guarantee

We will carefully count the number of products and accessories, make timely reissues for missing items, and inform customers of the situation in time. If the replenishment takes too long and the customer has no intention of continuing to purchase, we will refund the customer directly to reduce his loss.

Description Guarantee

To prevent the actual products from being inconsistent with the promotional image, we will strictly check the size, color, logo, and design of the products, and try our best to meet customers’ expectations. The product that does not meet the requirements will be explained in detail to the customer. If the customer does not intend to continue buying, we will refund the customer directly.

How the Service Works

For orders that don’t pass our inspection, we will return them to the suppliers. We guarantee that we will 100% refund the clients via their ShopShipShake accounts, and afford the delivery fee caused by the return.

The refund process:

The order fails the Inspection —> ShopShipShake requests a refund from the supplier —> ShopShipShake affords the delivery fee caused by the return —> Our staff of warehouse returns the order —> The supplier receives the returned goods —> The supplier refunds ShopShipShake —> ShopShipShake deposits the money to the clients’ ShopShipShake accounts.

We deeply understand that it is not easy for ShopShipShake users to carry out business activities across oceans. And we sincerely wish you could buy satisfying products on ShopShipShake. We hope that the improvement of quality inspection services will enable you to have a high-quality experience.

Quality Inspection Standards

Quality Inspection

Quality inspection is mainly to check the style, material, and size of products.

• Style conformity. The main concern is whether the style, version, color, collar angle, cuffs, waist, printing, etc. of its products are consistent with the promotional pictures.

• Material. Check the inside and outside of clothes, to see if products are faded, damaged, dyed, or stained.

 Size. Check whether the products’ size is consistent with the promotional materials.

Note: when the product is more than 95% the same as the promotional image (less than 2 differences between product and promotional picture), we consider it qualified.

Quantity Inspection

 The number of products. Check if the quantities of products are consistent with the customer’s order.

 The number of accessories. Check if the product accessories are complete, like shoelaces, shoulder straps, belts, bag straps, etc.

Conditions of Spot Check

For orders with large quantities of goods, we will choose spot check. The following are the specific rules:

Check Ratio

Check RatioFootwear
Apparel (Pieces)Bags & Accessories
100%Under 10Under 10Under 10
30%Above 41Above 41Above 41

Restrictions of the Inspections Services

Products below the lowest prices may have many quality problems, so no inspection service is provided. Our advice is to purchase goods at a reasonable price, not too low.

Wrapping up

We at ShopShipShake have been working with businesses like yours with fulfilling experiences. We offer one-stop services, including an efficient supply chain, over 10 thousand of China’s suppliers, and more.
With a successful track record of over 20,000 clients, we are sure to deliver your orders requirements. Let’s get in touch to build, sustain, and grow your businesses.

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How to Keep Your Seasonal Business Profitable All Year

How Seasonal Businesses Can Stay Profitable Year-Round

If you have ever wondered how to use seasonal marketing to increase sales, you’re in the right place.

In this post, we’ll offer tips on marketing seasonal products along with ideas on how to keep a seasonal business in customers’ minds year-round. But first, let’s talk about how consumer needs change with the seasons.

When Memorial Day hits, people excitedly expect their favorite ice cream shop to be open. As the leaves start to change, candle lovers purchase their favorite fall scents like warm apple pie and sweet cinnamon pumpkin. Once snowflakes start to cover the ground, beer connoisseurs look forward to their favorite Christmas Ale.

These seasonal sensibilities affect what your customers are looking for and how they will spend their money. Keep reading to learn more about seasonal demand and how to keep your seasonal business profitable all year. 

How Seasonal Products Boost Sales

All kinds of businesses use different tactics to promote brand awareness and sell their seasonal products. Let’s look at some of these and identify ways to use seasonal products and seasonal demand to help increase sales.

Develop a Dedicated Following

When an item becomes popular and is only available during a specific season, it often develops a dedicated following.

The Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is an example of a product with an enthusiastic, devoted following. Those customers who crave the product will be watching and waiting for it to hit the shelves. They’ll also probably be posting their first one on social media, which means free marketing that helps build brand awareness.

Build anticipation for your product and encourage customers to share their purchases on social media to start developing a dedicated following!

Appeal to FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)

Sometimes products that are considered seasonal are actually available all year. However, no one really thinks to buy them at times other than their dedicated season.

For example, pumpkin spice and pumpkin puree are always available at your local grocery store, but most people only purchase them during the fall season. Because they are marketed at a specific, consistent time each year, customers assume that is the only time they can get it.

That leads to increased sales during the respective season because customers are afraid of missing out on their opportunity.

Appeal to your customers’ FOMO and it can help yield some serious profits!

Build Excitement in the Off-Season

People want what they can’t have.

By marketing a product that is not yet available, you will build excitement for that product and raise awareness for your business.

For example, try marketing the new edition snowboard during the summer months as “coming soon” to encourage your summer customers to come back in the winter.

Encourage your customers to come back to your business for the latest seasonal products!

Utilize Laser-Focused Advertising

Part of the reason customers make purchase decisions during a particular season is due to targeted advertising.

For example, television commercials around the holidays typically feature cheerful shoppers enjoying fantastic savings, or families at home baking cookies together. The advertising entices us to want to be part of the joy of finding the perfect gift or baking scrumptious holiday cookies with our loved ones.

These advertisements aren’t limited to television, either. Social media is an effective and inexpensive tool for marketing seasonal products.

Use thoughtful, targeted advertising through social media or other channels!

Create Strong Brand Associations

When you think of Easter, what kinds of products come to mind? Most likely you think of chocolate bunnies, colorful eggs, jellybeans, and marshmallow Peeps®.

Maybe no one in your household even likes Peeps, but you still buy a box of them in the spring. They may just sit on the shelf until summer, but you still bought them as a memento of the Easter season.

Brands associate themselves with certain holidays or seasons on purpose, and you can do the same by offering seasonal products. 

Inject Value and Nostalgia

This goes along with targeted advertising and brand associations. Companies “inject value” into seasonal products by appealing to feelings associated with those seasons.

For example, one of Glade’s taglines is “Inspired by the best feelings”. This tagline has been used historically to market holiday-scented candles because it makes the customer envision warm and cozy evenings with family. The way products like this appeal to a customer’s nostalgia and emotions are called “injecting value”.

You can also appeal to customer nostalgia by offering “vintage” products or something that reminds a customer of their past. Fashion, for example, often cycles through styles that we have seen before. Today many styles from the 90s, such as denim skirts, flannel shirts, and denim button-downs are popular again.  

Inject value into your products by appealing to your customers’ nostalgia and emotions.

How to Keep Your Seasonal Business Profitable All Year

If you run a seasonal business, such as a golf course or ice cream shop, it can be difficult to figure out how to make enough revenue in the summer to still support you in the off-season.

However, there are ways for you to remain profitable, even in the chilly months. It may sound impossible, but all it takes is some careful planning and strategy development.

Here are three steps you can take to help keep your business profitable all year long.

1. Analyze and methodically manage your off-season expenses.

Every business owner needs to understand cash flow and how to manage expenses, but it is especially important for the seasonal business owner.

Analyze your off-season expenses and once you have a good grasp of the costs, look for ways to minimize them. For example, consider reducing staff in the off-season.

When hiring for the summer, inform prospective employees that the position is purely seasonal so there’s no hostility when it comes time to close for the season.

If your business stays open all year but experiences a lull in the winter, consider reducing your hours to save on hourly wage and energy costs. You can also communicate with your vendors and suppliers to try to work out a limited contract in those months where you don’t need as much inventory on hand.

2. Use the downtime to strategize for the busy season.

Capitalize on the few months you have with decreased traffic by planning for the next busy season.

You can use results and reports from the previous season to analyze what changes you may need to make, what worked, and what didn’t. With this information, create a strategy and train employees so they’re ready to hit the ground running when business picks up again.

You can also use this time to set goals and profit targets for next season.

3. Keep an eye out for new business opportunities.

You’ll be thinking about your bottom line, especially during the slow season. Keep a careful eye out even during your busy season for new business opportunities.

There may be ways to grow revenue even when your doors are closed. Take stock of your inventory and see if anything can be sold in bulk to another business or organization.

Your goal should be to try to get inventory as close to zero as possible as you prepare to end the season.

When it comes to a seasonal business, the key to success is careful planning. You can accomplish more than you think by planning for those slower months and investing the time to analyze past challenges and successes.

Wrapping up

We at ShopShipShake have been working with businesses like yours with fulfilling experiences. We offer one-stop services, including an efficient supply chain, over 10 thousand of China’s suppliers, and more.
With a successful track record of over 20,000 clients, we are sure to deliver your orders requirements. Let’s get in touch to build, sustain, and grow your businesses.

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Know your customers’ needs

Knowing and understanding customer needs is at the center of every successful business, whether it sells directly to individuals or other businesses. Once you have this knowledge, you can use it to persuade potential and existing customers that buying from you is in their best interests.

This guide tells you what you need to know about your customers, how to use this information to sell to them more effectively, and how to win business from your competitors.

Why do your customers need you?

Every business needs a reason for its customers to buy from them and not their competitors. This is called a Unique Sales Proposition (USP). Your USP can be identified by completing the phrase “Customers will buy from me because my business is the only…”

Your USP can change as your business or your market changes, and you can have different USPs for different types of customers.

For example:

  • a stationery store could offer a free same-day delivery service for its business customers within a local area – an effective USP for businesses that need fast delivery
  • the same stationery store could offer a 5 per cent discount to businesses that spend more than $1,000 a month – this would be a USP for cost-conscious customers
  • the stationery store could also make sure it offers the most comprehensive stock of artists’ materials in the area – a USP for local professional or amateur artists

All of these USPs can be effective because they are driven by what the customer looks for when making a buying decision.

It’s a good idea to review your USPs regularly. Can you tailor your products or services to better match your customers’ needs? Consider asking your customers why they buy from you. This will tell you what they think your USP is – this may differ from what you think your USP is.

It’s also useful to check constantly what your competition is doing. Remember – if your competitors are doing the same, your USP isn’t unique anymore.

What do you know about your customers?

The more you know about your customers, the more effective your sales and marketing efforts will be. It’s well worth making the effort to find out:

  • who they are
  • what they buy
  • why they buy it

If you’re selling to other businesses, you’ll need to know which individuals are responsible for the decision to buy your product or service. For information on targeting decision-makers, see our guide on how to target the right people in an organization.

You can learn a great deal about your customers by talking to them. Asking them why they’re buying or not buying, what they may want to buy in the future, and asking what other needs they have can give a valuable picture of what’s important to them.

Strong sales are driven by emphasizing the benefits that your product or service brings to your customers. If you know the challenges that face them, it’s much easier to offer them solutions.

It’s also well worth keeping an eye on future developments in your customers’ markets and lives. Knowing the trends that are going to influence your customers helps you to anticipate what they are going to need – and offer it to them as soon as they need it.

You can conduct your market research and many existing reports can help you build a picture of where your customers’ markets – and your business – may be going.

The customer’s current supplier

Chances are your potential customer is already buying something similar to your product or service from someone else. Before you can sell to a potential customer, you need to know:

  • who the customer’s current supplier is
  • if the customer is happy with their current supplier
  • if buying from you would offer the customer any benefits – and, if so, what those benefits would be

The easiest way to identify a potential customer’s current supplier is often simply to ask them. Generally, people are very happy to offer this information, as well as an indication of whether they’re happy with their present arrangements.

If you can find out what benefits they’re looking for, you stand a better chance of being able to sell to them. The benefits may be related to price or levels of service, for example. Are there any benefits your business can offer that is better than those the potential customer already receives? If there are, these should form the basis of any sales approach you make.

Ten things you need to know about your customers

  1. Who they are
    If you sell directly to individuals, find out your customers’ gender, age, marital status and occupation. If you sell to other businesses, find out what size and kind of business they are. For example, are they a small private company or a big multinational?
  2. What they do
    If you sell directly to individuals, it’s worth knowing their occupations and interests. If you sell to other businesses, it helps to have an understanding of what their business is trying to achieve.
  3. Why they buy
    If you know why customers buy a product or service, it’s easier to match their needs to the benefits your business can offer.
  4. When they buy
    If you approach a customer just at the time they want to buy, you will massively increase your chances of success.
  5. How they buy
    For example, some people prefer to buy from a website, while others prefer a face-to-face meeting.
  6. How much money they have
    You’ll be more successful if you can match what you’re offering to what you know your customer can afford.
  7. What makes them feel good about buying
    If you know what makes them tick, you can serve them in the way they prefer.
  8. What they expect of you
    For example, if your customers expect reliable delivery and you don’t disappoint them, you stand to gain repeat business.
  9. What they think about you
    If your customers enjoy dealing with you, they’re likely to buy more. And you can only tackle problems that customers have if you know what they are.
  10. What they think about your competitors
    If you know how your customers view your competition, you stand a much better chance of staying ahead of your rivals.

Wrapping up

We at ShopShipShake have been working with businesses like yours with fulfilling experiences. We offer one-stop services, including an efficient supply chain, over 10 thousand of China’s suppliers, and more.
With a successful track record of over 20,000 clients, we are sure to deliver your orders requirements. Let’s get in touch to build, sustain, and grow your businesses.

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Sales strategies that small businesses can use

What exactly is a sales strategy? What do you need?

A sales strategy is a company’s game plan to connect its product or service with its target customer. That might sound simple enough, but there are a few nuances to acknowledge.

For one thing, you can’t simply make a target customer aware of your product—you need to present your product in a way that makes it meaningful to them.

For example, if you sell cloud storage and your target customers are businesses who work with large amounts of data, it’s not enough for you to send them a targeted ad saying you sell a cloud service. It would be more powerful for you to say, “We have somewhere to store all your data to make your life easier and your systems run faster,” immediately making a direct connection between your service and their business needs.

A second thing to remember is a sales strategy plan is not a static document. It’s an ever-evolving approach to the way you sell your product at a given time. Keep that in mind when reading through the 10 sales strategies later in this post.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s get into what it means to develop a sales strategy plan.

How to develop a sales strategy plan for your small business

There are tons of tips out there on how to make sales, but not all of them are going to work for any business. To have an effective sales strategy plan, you need to understand what will work and what won’t for your unique business model.

Below we’re going to cover different sales strategies, including what they are and when to use them so you can pick the right ones to make up your own sales strategy plan.

Remember: a sales strategy plan is an ever-evolving concept. When developing yours, just focus on what your business needs right now. You can (and should) develop this plan as your business changes and grows.

Build a pipeline of quality leads

Best for: small businesses struggling to get (good) leads.

Get this: on average, sales reps spend up to 40%1 of their time just searching for people to try and sell to. Not exactly the most efficient use of time.

That’s where building a pipeline to generate leads for you comes in.

Investing in lead generation will eliminate (or at least drastically reduce) the time you spend searching for leads and instead bring them to you, saving precious time and already limited resources.

Here are some examples of lead generation tactics:

  • Have a contact form on your website that captures leads’ names and email addresses.
  • Advertise online (e.g., Facebook, Google, LinkedIn).
  • Run a coupon deal.
  • Host a webinar.
  • Invest in content marketing (like a blog or email newsletter).

Sell to existing customers

Best for: small businesses with a large number of existing customers who they can upsell or cross-sell.

Studies have shown that, on average, it’s about five times more expensive to acquire a new customer than it is to sell additional services to an existing customer.

Obviously, this doesn’t mean only sell to existing customers. To grow, you’ll always need to gain new customers. The key is not to forget about the customers you already have.

Say you’re releasing a new product, piloting a new service or feature, or just planning some sort of business switch. Your existing customer base is an excellent place to test it. Not only is it less expensive to sell to existing customers, but it’ll also show them you’re still interested in doing business together. Plus, because you’ve already established a relationship of mutual trust and value with them, it’s often easier to sell to your existing customers as well.

Here are some examples of what this could look like:

  • You sell gaming hard drives and run a promo just for your existing customer base offering them $10 off the latest version to upgrade.
  • You sell project management software and are about to introduce a more premium tier to your product model. Take a look at your existing customer base, choose the highest-spending ones, and shoot them an email or phone call asking if they’d be interested in switching to your newest plan, which could be more fitting to their team.
  • You sell cloud storage. Reach out to your existing customers who frequently reach or exceed their storage limit and offer them more capacity at a good rate.

Set a goal for each contact

Best for: small businesses who try to close too hard, too fast with little success.

Maybe you have a beautifully polished leads list. Before you call or email any of them, you’re going to want to have a goal for that interaction. And then repeat this process for every interaction after that.

When you’re coming up with these goals, think of them as incremental steps towards your ultimate goal of closing the sale. A good goal will benefit both you and your prospect, making both of you want to continue the sales process. Just what this goal is should depend on where your prospect is in the sales cycle.

For example, say your prospect is in the initial contact stage of the sales cycle. Your goal at this point could be to get them to agree to set up a time for a call. If they’re in the qualifying stage, your goal could be to confirm they have the purchasing power to buy from you.

This strategy will make the overall sales process less intimidating for both you and your prospect as you’ll be gradually warming them up versus hitting them with a sales pitch and trying to close them out the gate—which will make them that much more likely to seal the deal.

Think win-win

Win-win scenarios happen when two goal-oriented people work together to accomplish more than what they could’ve done alone and both parties benefit from it. To do this, you need to think not only about what you want in a given situation but also about what the other person wants—in this case, the other person is your prospect.

If you’re qualifying your leads properly, your product is truly beneficial to them and likewise to your business. So instead of it being salesperson versus customer, which insinuates a win-lose outcome, it becomes a win-win; you and your prospect have a mutual problem and are on the same team. How can you work together to solve it?

Use a communication tool that manages itself

Best for: small businesses without a dedicated IT team or spend too much time managing their communication tools.

Imagine not having to switch between multiple applications to grab your customers’ contact information, send an email, or make a phone call. We can make that happen.

Make signing paperwork easy

Best for: small businesses that require their customers to sign documents (e.g., contracts or other paperwork).

PSA: No one—and we mean no one—likes printing out physical pieces of paper, signing them, scanning them, and emailing them back to the sender. Hardly, anyone has a printer anymore. No one has time anymore. And that includes you.

Make life easier for both of you and your customers by adding electronic document signing software like HelloSign or DocuSign to your sales arsenal.

A huge benefit of electronic documents is many of them integrate with your existing sales tools, which means less manual work, less time wasted, and less friction that could cause customer drop-off—all signs of a great sales strategy.

Keep your contact list up to date

Best for small businesses that don’t have a system in place to keep their leads list fresh.

Earlier we touched on the importance of lead quality over quantity to put your micro sales team’s limited time and energy to best use. It’s important to keep your list of leads up to date for the same reason.

If you’ve sent several (at least five) follow-up emails and/or phone calls to a prospect and have yet to hear back, it’s safe to assume the lead is stale and either let them go or move them to the end of your contact list in terms of priority. The time spent calling that lead with a track record of being unresponsive could be put to better use by calling a different qualified lead or even an existing customer—someone who wants to hear what you have to say. Keeping your contact list fresh like this will maximize the effectiveness of your sales efforts.

Wrapping up

We at ShopShipShake have been working with businesses like yours with fulfilling experiences. We offer one-stop services, including an efficient supply chain, over 10 thousand of China’s suppliers, and more.
With a successful track record of over 20,000 clients, we are sure to deliver your orders requirements. Let’s get in touch to build, sustain, and grow your businesses.

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Top-selling items online Import and Wholesale from China

With mammoth manufacturers in China, new products enter the market perpetually. However, not everything is worth a place in your shopping cart or store. 

Global e-commerce is booming trade as merchants continuously seek to import new products wholesale for business diversification as well as to increase their profit margins by sourcing goods from suppliers at a bargain price.

The world’s largest exporter and most rapidly growing economy -China, is the hub of hot new products for international trade with its exports to the UK, US, Asia, Africa, and other parts of the world surpassing the trillion-dollar mark annually.

What makes China such an attractive trading partner for imports?

Well, owing to its huge population, China has a lot of cheap skilled labor, its government incentives are very lucrative and favorable towards cross-border trade and lastly, the land possesses vast resources for production. As a result, they produce mass and quality products inexpensively with few policy barriers to exportation. Consequently, traders from most countries prefer to source new products from China to sell.

VR 3D Video Glasses

A fun and exhilarating product for all ages to enjoy, these 3D glasses give the ultimate virtual experience. By simply connecting it to a smart device of 4.5-6 inches, the VR 3D video glasses puts you right in the center of action in a movie or 3D game. 2 button feature shifts the lens front and back or left and right to get the focus to be on point. Its adjustable headband enhances comfort by creating more room to shifting pressure off the face of tightening for a snug fit on different head sizes. It is also well ventilated to cool of your mobile device when it heats up. Lightweight and compact, it’s something to enjoy just about anywhere.

Shockproof Phone Fixing Holder

If you deal with car interior accessories, this mobile phone holder is a great piece to introduce. It supports the convenient use of smartphones just about anywhere when one hand is tied such as when driving.  Characterized by a sticky gel pad base, stretchable gooseneck and firm brackets, the holder needs no expertise to install. Its strong chuck offers maximum suction on any flat surface such as the windshield or dashboard and the gooseneck’s flexibility coupled with the rotating head ensures the phone can be operated from whichever angle. Rubber cushions prevent skidding, vibration and shock to the attached handset. Users can operate their phones without worrying about falls and damage.

A Wild Mountain Gas Stove

Looking for camping equipment? This portable-sized gas stove is specially designed for outdoor cooking and should be part of every camper’s checklist. Doubling it up as a burner for a small family picnic or barbecue in the backyard is ideal too. It has a strong and sturdy yet lightweight build from aluminum alloy and stainless steel with features that promote efficient gas use and provide a shield from strong winds when in use in the open. The fire plate supports up to 20cm diameter cooking pot, enough capacity for about three adults. This gas stove is a stable, mess-free, and eco-friendly asset for hassle-free cooking.

Smart Control Home Panel Light

Home decor and lighting dealers can create a buzz in their stores with the smart control home panel light. As the name suggests it is an intelligent LED energy-saving, shape-splicing light that changes randomly using technology. This type of illumination can be controlled remotely by voice through apps such as Alexa to adjust brightness, alter colors, and even set a timer. The hexagonal panels come in sets of 3 and 5 and there’s also a one-piece alternative to enable the joining of shapes and creating unique patterns. The easy connection DIY panel sets come with a 1 m USB cable and base and is a pleasant accessory to have for home decor as a night light or party light.

Portable USB Panel Light

Portable LED light merchandise are fast-moving goods popular in many homes and offices. This mobile 30cm panel light is encased in a metal housing with a silicone base and touch control. Being rechargeable, it comes with a USB cable and can last for up to 30 hours when fully charged. Comes in handy when working late at night to light up laptop keys, or even when reading a book or writing at a desk.  Light can be set between white, warm and yellow with the ability to adjust the brightness to six different dimmer levels. With eye protection technology and an energy-saving bulb, this light is a must-have.

Squeezing Stress Toy for Kids

This multi-colored, silicone gel ball with a beaded texture is not only a fun plaything for children but also an antidepressant that kids and adults alike can use to keep their restless palms busy. Squeezing is a known remedy for stress and anxiety making a squishy toy such as this great for calming fussy kids. Only a little pressure is needed to be applied to squeeze it out of both sides of the hand. When not in use it can be displayed beautifully on any top. Safe and recommended for children from the age of 12 months and above.

Foldable Dish Drainer

You can never go wrong with kitchen tools and appliances offering practical solutions. People are looking for convenience in terms of functionality and storage in their cooking spaces. This foldable dish drainer makes the cut when it comes to keeping the kitchen organized and clutter-free. It holds all your dishes as they drain and can also be folded and put away once they dry and have been moved to their cabinet creating ample surface space. The holder cum drainer measures 20m by 15cm and comes in purple, pink, white, and blue to suit whatever color palette.

USB Roll-up Piano

The silicon-made USB roll-up piano is a portable mini piano with the musical functionality of a full-sized one. It comes in three color variants, pink, white and navy and 88 standard keys, 128 polyphonic tones, 14 demo songs for beginners, a digital display, foot pedal and an inbuilt battery. It is built with an interface that allows connection to a speaker, headphone, MP3 and MIDI out function. Users can record and replay songs as well as modify tones automatically. Weighing just 1.785 Kg, it is lightweight and flexible, something you easily roll up, stash in its pouch (it comes with one) and throw in your bag to make music on the go!

Handmade Silicone Soap Crafts

Artisan and crafts supplies are a booming business as many people shift towards handmade products. From baked goodies to skincare products, the list is endless. This handmade silicone soap crafts mold is something your soap makers will absolutely love as they often seek non-toxic materials and tools to use for their natural soaps. Made from heat resistant silicone insert, you can use it comfortably in the oven or refrigerator. Its sturdy wooden frame with lid and perfectly smooth planes will no doubt produce flawless soaps. No funny shapes, unusual smells, or messy parting. The mold is available in 900g and a larger one of 1200g.

Wrapping up

We at ShopShipShake have been working with businesses like yours with fulfilling experiences. We offer one-stop services, including an efficient supply chain, over 10 thousand of China’s suppliers, and more.
With a successful track record of over 20,000 clients, we are sure to deliver your orders requirements. Let’s get in touch to build, sustain, and grow your businesses.

If you would like to know more details about us, please contact with us: 


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