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'Business as usual' KBL counter measures wi | BLOG Certified
On January 1st, 2019 America will impose a 25% import duty on all Chinese products, which will eventually rise to between from 25 - 40%, dramatically affecting US companies dependent on sourcing products and material from the Republic of China. KBL,a global contract manufacturer and fulfillment corporation headquartered out of Los Angeles, California, will continue business as usual, with its solution to this duty excise levy for firms buying packaging, components and product not to incur hefty price rises. By managing its global partnerships and maintaining logistical solutions, Helga Arminak, CEO of KBL states, "We are exercising well established options to maneuver in our clients best interests, managing the bottomline, offering the same prices as before the US duty levies" The KBL supply chain comprised of the resources and infrastructure to enable having product(s) sourced, manufactured, filled and packaged in a country other than China and then have them shipped to the USA, thus