Views:7 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-04-26 Origin:Site
With the popularity of non-woven fabrics, the prices on the market are uneven. Many manufacturers can do it even below the price of the entire industry in order to win orders. Buyers are increasingly emboldened and reasoned to bargain, leading to a climate of unhealthy competition. In response to this undesirable phenomenon, the author sorts out several factors that affect prices, and hopes that everyone will treat prices rationally:
1. Fluctuations in raw material prices
The import dependence of China's polyester raw materials PTA and MEG is too high, which is greatly affected by price fluctuations in the international market, and the raw materials are also divided into genuine, secondary, imported and domestically produced.
2. Equipment and technology investment of the manufacturer
The quality of imported equipment is different from that of domestic equipment or the same production materials are different due to different production technologies, resulting in different tensile strength, surface treatment technology, uniformity and feel of the non-woven fabric, which will also affect the price of the non-woven fabric.
The more the quantity, the lower the purchase cost and production cost.
4. Factory inventory capacity
Some large factories will import large quantities of raw materials from stock or entire cabinets when the material prices are low, saving a lot of production costs.
5. The influence of production area
There are many manufacturers of non-woven fabrics in North China, Central China, East China, and South China, so the cost in these areas is low. On the contrary, in other areas, the price is relatively high due to factors such as freight, maintenance fees, and storage fees.
6. The impact of international policies or exchange rates
Political influences, such as national policies, tariff issues, etc., will also affect price fluctuations. Exchange rate changes are also a factor.
7. Other factors
Such as environmental protection, special specifications, local government support and subsidies, etc.
Of course, there are other cost factors that vary from factory to factory, such as staff costs, departmental R&D costs, factory production capacity, sales capacity, team service capacity, etc. Price is a sensitive purchasing factor. It is also hoped that both sellers and sellers will rationally treat some tangible or intangible factors while conducting commercial activities, so as to form a good market order.