The Hong Kong Optical Exhibition of 2017 marks the end to our 2017 Exhibition showcase.
It has been an eventful year and a great pleasure meeting all of you at the Hong Kong Optical Exhibition this year.
Every year during our travels, from Vegas to New York to Milan, we not only get to meet great people but also to listen to their perspective on the eyewear industry.
Through close interaction with to our clients we are able to design products tailored to their needs but also up-to-date with the social scene.
This year at the Hong Kong Optical Exhibition we showcased our latest SS18 fashion sunglasses collection and our latest development of functional eyewear aimed at optimising eye health and efficiency in wear.
Over the years, Sino Optical have travelled around the world to over 100 Optical and Fashion Accessories Exhibitions showcasing our latest work. Went through Europe, the United States, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, the next stop we are going forward to Moscow! This is our first visit to here. This exhibition is not only for the promotion products attending, but also include a lot of creative idea products! We are looking forward to meet buyers / friends from all over the world to get more inspiration!
Many importers today must ask themselves what freight options do I have and what suits my need the best.
Depending on whether it is via Sea freight or Air freight, deciding which method for shipping is very important as costs, delivery time and complexity are crucial factors that will influence your product importation.
Here below we use the guide provided by Global Sources the leading B2B media company as reference to provide you with Freight solutions covering freight methods, container types and sizing and delivery times.
FREIGHT SOLUTION GUIDE – Sea freight v.s. Air freight
“With the global eyewear market, which includes frames, contact lenses and sunglasses, expected to reach $140 billion by 2020, the opportunity for one of the world’s largest luxury groups is vast…..” (BOF, Oct 2016)
Ever since the announcement of Luxottica & Essilor merger released in January 2017, we have seen changes in how luxury brands manage their eyewear development. As Luxottica “has licensing agreements to create eyewear for major fashion brands, including Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace” and with Essilor, these two firms combined will be worth about 46bn euros (£40bn; $49bn). (BBC, Jan 2017)
In the modern society, over 80% of our time is spent on using digital devices such as computers, tablets, smart phones and televisions.
In providing eye health remedies for eye related diseases such as dry eyes, cataract and macular degeneration we have developed not only blue-ray block eyewear but also a new technology called INFRARED ENERGY EYEWEAR.