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ASIAN Wholesalers #218249 02/22/17 03:41 AM
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Can you help? I am intending to travel around Asia doing a few bits of electrical contracting work here and there so I am unfamiliar with their local wholesale electrical trade supply scene. I prefer to stick to the larger chain stores for dependability. Before I depart I wish to assemble my "go-to" list of companies. The ability to speak Engish via e-mail would be an obvious advantage.
These are the countries I wish to establish contacts in:-
Taiwan (especially), Thailand, Vietnam and Philipines.
Can anyone supply me any contact names and especially their web addresses?
Thanks guys.

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ASIAN wholesalers - supplement #218251 02/22/17 03:54 AM
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Hi, (see my other post) Sorry, forgot to add Malaysia as another country I want trade wholesaler contacts in.
Thanks.

Re: ASIAN wholesalers - supplement [Re: xylstra] #218252 02/22/17 11:47 AM
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You might get more attention if you posted all your sentences in the same place instead of starting a new thread for each thought.


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Re: ASIAN wholesalers - supplement [Re: xylstra] #218257 03/01/17 12:56 PM
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You do realise that probably each of these countries has its own set of electrical regulations and probably requirements for doing electrical work? I certainly wouldn't feel too comfortable working in a country where I don't speak the local language, can't read the writing and have no idea about the regulations!


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