Wenzhou Xinchi International Trade Co.,Ltd.




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar South America.

Product Groups

  • PV components (cables, connectors, junction boxes, etc.)

Contact Information

Wenzhou Xinchi International Trade Co.,Ltd.
325603 YUEQING, China
Individual company presentation

Suntree built in 2007 year by Owen. The mother factory located in “Electricity Capital” liushi town Wenzhou city. Total area around 6000 m2. Workers around 300. Since its inception, Suntree has started to build its own brand . During 14 years, Suntree has won as many as 40 patents, including 10 invention patents. In 2010, Suntree successfully entered the Australian market to enter the international market. Solar components occupy 35.6% of Australia market in 2017. Suntree takes Wenzhou as sales center, also expand markets in Sweden, Mexico, India, Australia, South Africa, Philippines. Set the layout around the world, especially the Swedish distributor who has 24 branches and offices in the world and is our main force in the European market.Main cooperation channel is to build distributor or work with EPC.
In 2021 year, whole turnover reach 80 million. In view of this, Suntree not only focus on technical team and QC team, but also focus on the sales team. Till now, QC total 50 person. R&D total 10 perspn. With Suntree sales development, sales team expand to 4 teams now. Among of them, the sale has 16 years experience. Good enough to bring customers the perfect solution from pre-sale and technical guidance to after-sales service.
Since Suntree’s inception, the proportion of technology investment increase from the initial sales of 0.3% to 5% now. Strongly support for products technological changes to bring safety to customers. Suntree set up a different technical team and project members: DC compo.

To ensure that customers can use the products safely, we have invested in the renewal of testing equipment for each series of products, which is from basic performance testing to environmental testing, from the first inspection to factory sampling inspection, one by one in place. So as to have a good idea of each batch of products according to the actual situation of customers. The corresponding environmental testing ensures that the product is qualified to enter the market.

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