Preparations in China for Chinese New Year happening on the 12th February 2021 have seen a surge in orders during this festive period.
2021 marks the year of the Ox in China, Oxen are the hard workers in the background, intelligent and reliable, but never demanding praise. In Chinese culture, the Ox is a valued animal. Because of its role in agriculture, positive characteristics, such as being hard-working and honest, are attributed to it.
Spring Festival, the official Chinese New Year, officially begins on the 12th and ends February 22nd. This is shortly followed by the lantern festival, celebrated on the 15th day of the first month in the lunar Chinese calendar, it signals the last day of traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. During this period, production in China is often slower than usual, as factories close for the holidays.
Haizol is committed to ensuring the customer’s supply chain remains stable and consistent, at a time when delays and longer lead times are more frequent than normal. In preparation for this holiday, Haizol is providing customers who place an order in the coming month an even faster lead time. Alongside this, the team provides a one to one tailor-made service providing advice on design, production, and logistics.
For on-demand manufacturing for metal and plastic parts, Haizol offers a comprehensive service with a turnaround time to fit their customers. Experts in CNC Machining, Injection Molding, Casting, Stamping, Fabrication, and Mold Making.