Sample Policy

Sample Policy

FM Provide samples of aluminum can help you better understand the quality and characteristics of aluminum, thus increasing your confidence in buying. Samples can also help us demonstrate the advantages of our products and attract more customers. Providing samples can also facilitate a smooth transaction and reduce the possibility of returns and disputes.
How can you get samples?
There are several ways to obtain aluminum samples in cross-border trade:

-Request for samples: We can provide samples of aluminum products for your reference if you need before placing an order.

-Attend trade shows: At offline trade shows, we will provide samples to interested customers. Trade shows are a good way to get in touch with us and get samples of their products.

-Purchase samples online: We offer the option to purchase samples online, which can be shipped internationally.

-Use a purchasing agent: We have a distributor program that gives free samples to regional agents in the area.
How to charge for samples?
There are different ways to charge for samples, and it depends on the supplier's policies and the type of product. Here are some common methods:

-Free samples: We will provide free aluminum sheet samples for color and surface treatment's checking to promote our products and build relationships.

-Paid samples: For custom products, we will charge a fee for samples. This fee covers the cost of sample processing and shipping.

-Refundable samples: For custom samples made up front, we will refund the fee if the customer later places a d large order.

-Negotiation: In some cases, we can negotiate the price of the samples, especially if the customer is placing a large order or is a long-term partner.
What kind of samples we will provide?
-Extrusion samples: These are samples of aluminum extrusions, which are used to create various shapes and profiles for different applications.

-Sheet and plate samples: These are samples of aluminum sheets and plates, which are used in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, and construction.

-Casting samples: These are samples of aluminum castings, which are used to create complex shapes and structures for different applications.

-Anodized samples: These are samples of aluminum that have been anodized, which is an electrochemical process that increases the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of the aluminum, making it more durable and resistant to corrosion.