Oceania Industry Shanghai

SHANGHAI, China—Oceania Industry Shanghai (OIS) has become a leading sourcing resource and global trading company by emphasizing efficiency, simplicity and excellent customer service.

The privately held company was founded in1992 as a Sino-Australian joint venture between Oceania International Group Pty. Ltd. and China Railway Trade Centre. The company now works with more than 300 international customers and has annual turnover of approximately US$ 10 million.

A major resource for global sourcing, OIS is affiliated with more than 50 leading garment manufacturers and is also the buying and sourcing office for major international brands. The company added a division for merchandising and sourcing home textiles in 2002, and now works with more than 150 home textiles manufacturers in a variety of product categories, including curtains and curtain fabrics, kids bedding products, shower curtains, table linens, upholstery fabrics, sheets, quilts, down and feather bedding, duvet covers and accessories.

OIS currently does business with companies in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Europe, Central America, South America and Asia. The company employs highly trained professionals in merchandising and sourcing. Its Senior Management is fluent in both English and Chinese, thus allowing OIS to serve as an important bridge between Western business professionals and Chinese manufacturers.

For Your Information:
Key contact: Helen Wang, Senior Merchandiser
E-mail: helenwang@oceania-cn.com
Telephone: 86 21 5126 0111 - 220
Fax: 86 21 6539 0321
Web site: www.oischina.com

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