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      eBay Shop Owner - Want Information about Birmingham Dropshipper providing services to Chinese eBay Stores?

      Hello there,

      I have come across many sellers on eBay who are based in China, but all of them seem to be dispatching a particular item from Birmingham, UK, which makes me believe that they are using the same dropshipper service but I can't seem to find out which one.

      The item is a Scart to HDMI converter, as seen below:

      If anyone can tell me who this Birmingham dropshipper is. I would be very grateful.

      Thank you
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      Hi Jeff,

      Welcome to Wholesale Forum

      Many Chinese factories and trading companies have opened warehouses in the UK in recent years or have partnered with UK fulfillment centres. They used to operate from Channel Islands warehouses, however since VAT regulations have changed they have adapted by distributing directly within the UK.

      Your best bet is to figure out who among those sellers has the cheapest price, and ask them if they will partner with you on a dropship basis. We advise to suggest that you will be selling on other platforms, in case they are concerned about foregoing their eBay retail margins if they were to allow you to compete directly.

      Alternatively look up distribution centres and fulfillment houses in the area. Contact them directly, they can put you in touch with some of their clients who offer partnership deals.

      Hope this helps
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