Singapore-based Roadget Business Pte is the holding company of Shein, an online marketplace known for its fast fashion and affordable fashion. The company also owns trademarks related to Shein products. In an attempt to avoid being regulated by the Chinese government, the company has been operating its business from Singapore.
The company has many suppliers located in the Nancun area of Guangzhou. These suppliers are required to adhere to strict requirements. They also prefer a monthly pay cycle. However, the company says it’s able to cut costs by employing innovative practices. It’s unclear if the company’s innovative practices are enough to avoid being hounded by plagiarism allegations.
Despite the fact that Shein has international warehouses, the delivery time for your order will vary from one warehouse to another. The company will attempt to deliver your order as soon as possible, but delays may occur due to invalid addresses or custom clearance issues. It’s recommended to check the tracking number to be sure that your package is on its way.
The company’s Singapore office has nearly 50 employees, and it plans to double that number by the end of the year, according to Reuters. It has posted 15 new roles on Singapore’s online job search site MyCareersFuture in February alone. A spokeswoman for Shein declined to comment on Xu’s residency status. Shein isn’t the only Chinese company to invest in Singapore, as other Chinese businesses have also opened offices in the city-state.
The company behind the SHEIN trademark is Roadget Business PTE. LTD. The company has applied for trademark registration of the SHEIN trademark in the United States. The trademark covers clothing and hair accessories, cell phone cases, headgear, purses, sunglasses, belts for clothing and more.