The Top Brand Cosmetic Group in France”Yves Rocher“ Said "Yes"to us

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  • Angela yin at
  • July 05, 2017

"Yves Rocher" was founded in 1959, it is a cosmetic group company,integrated in planting,researching,production,packaging,and selling and has become No. one brand in France since 2003.


"Sabon" the sub-brand of Yves Rocher is one of the most famous skincare brands in the world,found us online and sent us an inquiry about their common size beauty box on February 4th.


The purchasing manager Roey is great mother of two children,we discussed by emails at the beginning about their folding boxes collection orders,she was so satisfied with our price and soon send their samples to us for asking more accurate price.Finally we made a deal and first make samples for checking the quality for them.


 During that period,they soon placed a trail order of 8500pcs cylinder perfume boxes.They were very happy with our service and mass production quality. Now all the boxes were shipped this Monday. They are expecting continuous and future cooperation with us,so they requested their head office in China made a factory inspection in our company on June 22th.


  group photoThe qualification manager Vince and quality manager Alex were sent to our factory,we picked them at the hotel at 8:30 in the morning. After arriving the factory,they soon started the work and made a whole day inspection for all aspects ,such as factory scale, QA&QC management,social responsibility.......


They affirmed our basic management system,after-service system,quality control system as well as better and smooth communication between each department. 


At the same time,they hope we can make some improvement in some details,such as how to better stock those reserved samples from each order,how to make a standard sampling table,how to make full use of the warehouse. They are so strict and professional,but we are very appreciated their suggestions. In this way our company can grow more faster.

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