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General Information:


Hangzhou Wristrong(Weiqiang) Rigging Co.,Ltd was established on early year 2006. During past
ten years,Wristrong Rigging have become one of most professional manufacturers in lifting sling
and cargo restraint equipment industries. 
Webbing Sling EN1492-1Web Sling ASME/ANSI B30.9Synthetic Bridle SlingsRoundsling ASME/ANSI B30.9RoundSlings EN 1492-2Endless web sling ASME/ANSI B30.9Endless webbing slingRound sling AS 4497One Way Webbing SlingClover leaf slingsRatchet straps for USRatchet Tie-downComposite StrapLoad BinderCorner ProtectorsSafety Harness & Safety Belt & LanyardSlacklinesAlloy Steel Chain & Chain SlingsWire rope & Wire rope slingsHoists,etc are our major
products.(webbing sling, lifting slings, round slings, ratchet tie downs ,Slackline, cargo lashing
for US & Canada, tow straps,lifting web sling for North America) In addition, we always help our
customers purchase other lifting and cargo restraint items, like wire ropes, chians, manual&
electric hoists, load binders,hand pullers, winches and other rigging hardware.(wire rope, electric
hoist , personal protection equipment, etc)  And all of the products we supplied meet the
European CE TUV/GS or US ASME/ANSI standards.
 
Wristron Rigging just started its own exporting activity since year 2009,(When Wristrng Industry
Co.,Ltd established for our own exorting business) . although it's been producing for the domestic
exporting and trading companies for around 3 years. It's also the reason and the time why and
when Wristrong Industry was born.
 
Replying on our competitive prices and strict requirement on quality, Wristrong Rigging  has
established strong cooperation relationship with many famous companies wordwide in lifting and
cargo restraint area for nearly 8 years(directly or indirectly). In order to meet the larger
requirements for our current customers better and expand our business, we've just open our
second factory : Hangzhou Qianju Rigging Co.,Ltd on early of year 2013. This makes our ocuppied
area to be around 25,000 square meters and total capacity could reach up to 5000Tons per year,
around 30*20ftcontainers per month.
 
During the cooperation with these famous big companies, we are getting more and more familliar
with the international requirements in our industry, For example, LEEA,AWRF,WSTDA,etc.
Meahwhile, the cooperation expeiriences also help us to get  familliar with the national and
regional standards like: EN 1492-1,EN 1492-1,EN12195-2,ASME/ANSI B.30. 9,AS 1353,AS 4497,
etc. More detailed requirements could be provided on request.
 
Wristrong Rigging /Wristrong Industry  invests in people, believes in value, understand the
requirements and has a heart for innovation. It is committed to provide its customers with most
reliable product and most satisfying service.  Wristrong is located in the city of Hangzhou, China, a
visit is always welcomed to build stronger trust between us.
 
Please don't hestitate to make an inquiry on us, our professional sales team will take full attention
and get back to you immiediately.


Enterprise culture:


Wristrong Industry is always trying our best to creat a customer-centric culture. And we believe
that we are improving year on year. But Customer-centered create a Enterprise culture is not
only easily speaking, but also act in our normal daily business. We believe Four Facets by
Kevin Ertel:
 
1.Faith
Customer-centric organizations believe in an almost religious way that sales and profits are the
by-product of great customer experiences. They are unwavering in their belief that intense focus
on creating the best possible experience for their customers is the best way to grow their
businesses. Some of these organization will go as far as saying sales don’t matter, but that’s not
exactly accurate. All businesses need to create profits, but truly customer-centric organizations
focus on the customer experience and not on directly “driving sales.
 
2.Fortitude
Relentless focus on the customer experience is not easy, particularly for public companies. Truly
customer-centric organizations constantly have their faith tested by both external and internal
forces who are looking for short-term sales or profits, even if those sales and profits might come
at the expense of the customer experience. Customer-centric organizations focus on the value of
a customer engagement cycle that relies on great customer experience as an engine that drives
retention and positive word of mouth. There will always be pressure to run short-term promotion
to goose sales.
It’s not that customer-centric organizations don’t run promotions; it’s just that they run those
promotions in context of their larger purposes in service of their customer. They focus on
earning sales and loyalty rather than buying sales and loyalty.
 
3.Employees first (even before customers)
It may seem counterintuitive to say customer-centric organizations put their employees before
their customers, but in my experience this is true and this may actually be the most important
of the four keys I’m discussing here. It’s a bit like when we’re instructed by flight attendants to
secure our own oxygen masks before helping our children secure theirs. All employees play a
part in the experiences we provide our customers. Some have direct contact with our customers
and others make daily decisions that ultimately affect the experiences our customers have with
us. Their attitudes about their jobs and the company can make or break the experience they
provide for our customers. This is sort of obvious for front line staff like store associates and call
center agents, but it’s also true for site developers, delivery truck drivers, mid-level managers,
executives and, frankly, janitors. Even those not on the front lines are constantly making
decisions that affect our customers’ experiences. Truly customer-centric organizations therefore
provide absolutely great career experiences for their employees so their employees pass along
the greatness to their customers. While decent salaries are certainly a factor, money alone is
not enough. An “employees first” approach means employees are treated with great respect.
They’re trusted with the authority to deliver on clearly defined accountabilities. They’re also
given clear direction and clear guidelines and fully supported when they make decisions that
improve the customer experience.  Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus at Southwest Airlines
(a customer-centric organization), also points out that the customer is not always right. There
are scenarios where the customer is clearly out-of-bounds and truly customer-centric 
organizations know when to support an employee over the customer. Watch a brief clip of her
discussion at the recent Shop.org Annual Summit for some of her keen wisdom on empowering
employees and defining an employee-first, customer-centric culture.
 
4.They talk the talk and walk the walk
Most retail organizations profess to be customer-centric. Those that truly are customer-centric
talk about customer experience internally exponentially more than they talk about it externally.
Strategic and tactical discussions always center around improvements for the customer. These
organizations measure the success of their businesses by metrics that represent the perceptions
and voices of their customers. They spend a lot of time and effort ensuring these voice of
customer metrics are credible, reliable and accurate, and they focus on them incessantly. These
metrics are the first metrics that are discussed in weekly staff meetings from the executive level
to the front line level. Bonuses are driven by these metrics, too, but the regular discussion of the
voice of customer metrics and the drive to improve the experience on a daily basis is what
separates customer-centric organizations from companies that discuss sales first and customer
metrics later, if ever.