JINHUA RYDER ELECTRONICAL TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD. was founded in 1992 with its headquarters in Houdu Village, Bailongqiao Town, Wucheng District, Jinhua 321025, Zhejiang, China. T Currently in the year 2018 its revenue lies between US$10 Million - US$50 Million. JINHUA RYDER ELECTRONICAL TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD. operates from China and spreads over 10,000-30,000 square meters operated by 101-200. JINHUA RYDER ELECTRONICAL TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD. is a Manufacturer and accepts these payment methods: T/T, L/C.
JINHUA RYDER ELECTRONICAL TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD.
Hand Pallet Truck, Lift Table, Hand Stacker, Pipe Bender, Semi Electric Pallet Truck, Semi Electric Hand Stacker, Full Electric Hand Stacker, Full Electric Pallet Truck, Electric Lift Table
America, Asia, Middle East
Total Annual Revenue:
US$10 Million - US$50 Million
41% - 50%
No. Of Employees:
101 - 200 People
Houdu Village, Bailongqiao Town, Wucheng District, Jinhua 321025, Zhejiang, China
Hand Pallet Truck,Lift Table,Hand Stacker,Pipe Bender,Semi Electric Pallet Truck,Semi Electric Hand Stacker,Full Electric Hand Stacker,Full Electric Pallet Truck,Electric Lift Table
Factory Location: Houdu Village, Bailongqiao Town, Wucheng District, Jinhua 321025, Zhejiang, China
Factory Size: 10,000-30,000 square meters
Contract Manufacturing: OEM Service , Design Service , Buyer Label
No. of QC Staff: 5 - 10 People
No. of R & D Staff: 5 - 10 People
Delivery Terms: FOB, CIF
Accepted Currency: USD, RMB
Payment Methods: T/T, L/C
Nearest Port: Ningbo
Overseas Office: -
Research & Development
Ideas/concept generated • Product feasibility report • Product outlook design • Computer drawings • Product prototype making • Product function test • Final review • Molds/tooling creation • Final sample review
The QC team plays a vital role in our company.
Service & Support
Code Of Conduct
Code of Conduct
Employment and the Workplace
Equal Employment Opportunity/Nondiscrimination
We believe that all terms and conditions of employment should be based
on an individual's ability to do the job and not on the basis of personal
characteristics or beliefs. We provide employees with a working environment
free of discrimination, harassment, intimidation or coercion relating directly
or indirectly to race, religion, sexual orientation, political opinion or
We do not use any prison, slave, indentured, or forced labor in the
manufacture of any of our products.
We do not utilize child labor in the production of any product. We do
not employ any person under the age of 18, or the age at which compulsory
schooling has ended, whichever is greater.
Hours of Labor
We maintain reasonable employee work hours based on the limits on
regular and overtime hours allowed by local law, or where local law does not
limit the hours of work, the regular work week. Overtime, when necessary, is
fully compensated according to local law, or at a rate at least equal to the
regular hourly compensation rate if there is no legally prescribed premium
rate. Employees are permitted reasonable days off (at least one day off in
every seven-day period) and leave privileges.
Coercion and Harassment
We acknowledge the value of our staff and treat each employee with
dignity and respect. We do not use cruel and unusual disciplinary practices
such as threats of violence or other forms of physical, sexual, psychological
or verbal harassment or abuse.
We fairly compensate our employees by complying with all applicable
laws, including minimum wage laws, or the prevailing local industry wage,
whichever is higher.
Health and Safety
We maintain a safe, clean and healthy environment in compliance with all
applicable laws and regulations. We provide adequate medical facilities, clean
restrooms, and reasonable access to potable water, well-lit and ventilated
workstations, and protection from hazardous materials or conditions. The same
standards of health and safety are applied in any housing we provide for our
We hire a certain percentage of disabled people to do what they can do
to show the company's responsibility to society.
Concern for the Environment
We believe it is our duty to protect the environment and we do this by
complying with all applicable environmental laws and regulations.
Ethical Business Practices
It is our policy to prohibit employees from entering into sensitive
transactions -- business dealings generally considered to be either illegal,
immoral, unethical or to reflect adversely on the integrity of the Company.
These transactions usually come in the form of bribes, kickbacks, gifts of
significant value or payoffs made to favorably influence some decision
affecting a company's business or for personal gain of an individual.
We prohibit employees from receiving, directly or indirectly, anything
of value in return for using or agreeing to use his or her position for the
benefit of that other person. Similarly, commercial bribes, kickbacks,
gratuities and other payoffs and benefits paid to any customer are prohibited.
However, this does not include expenditures of reasonable amount for meals and
entertainment of customers if they are otherwise lawful, and should be included
on expense reports and approved under standard Company procedures.
Accounting Controls, Procedures and Records
We accurately keep books and records of all transactions and the
dispositions of our assets as required by law, as well as maintain a system of
internal accounting controls to ensure the reliability and adequacy of our
books and records. We ensure only transactions with proper management approval
are accounted for in our books and records.
Use and Disclosure of Inside Information
We strictly prohibit disclosure of material inside information to
persons within the company whose positions deny access to such information.
Inside information is any data that has not been publicly disclosed.
Confidential or Proprietary Information
We take extra care to keep our customers' trust and confidence in us.
Thus, we prohibit employees from disclosing confidential or proprietary
information outside the Company that could be harmful to our clients, or to the
Company itself. Such information may only be shared with other employees on a
Conflicts of Interest
We designed our policy to eliminate conflicts between the interests of
employees and the Company. Since it is difficult to define what constitutes a
conflict of interest, employees should be sensitive to situations which could
raise questions of potential or apparent conflicts between personal interests
and the Company's interests. Personal use of Company property or obtaining
Company services for personal benefit may constitute a conflict of interest.
Fraud and Similar Irregularities
We strictly prohibit any fraudulent activity that might injure our
customers and suppliers, as well as the Company. We follow certain procedures
concerning the recognition, reporting and investigation of any such activity.
Monitoring and Compliance
We adopt a third-party monitoring program to confirm the Company's
compliance with this Code of Conduct. Monitoring activities may include
announced and unannounced on-site factory inspection, review of books and
records relating to employment matters, and private interviews with employees.
Inspection and Documentation
We designate one or more of our officers to inspect and certify that the
company's Code of Conduct is being observed. Records of this certification
shall be accessible to our employees, agents, or third parties upon request.
We strictly follow and respect all Intellectual Property rights during
the conduct of our business across both worldwide and domestic markets.