MadeinIndonesia is designed for Medium to large size transactions (typically half container to one container load goods) for both domestic and global trading.
Sellers from 9 major industries can sell their product in over 900 different categories, all the products that are legally allowed for domestic and international trade.
After you successfully register and sign MIND seller agreement and associated policies and guidelines, here is some additional information that is key to selling successfully on MadeinIndonesia platform.
You are getting ready to sell globally, the majority of the potential buyers don’t know you or your company so try to build your profile, seller information and product details as comprehensive as possible. Please try to fill up all necessary
If you wish our support to upload your products especially if you have 100s of products ,please contact our representative. We will assign an installation manager to help you out.
Listing products in the right categories and with the correct information is critical for good customer experience and strong seller performance.
All your listings must confirm to the standards described in the style guide specific to your category.
Customers expect their products to be well-packaged and to arrive on time.
Product detail pages do not belong to a single seller. The product title, image, and details must be specific to the product itself, not to any individual product or seller promotions.
Make sure which language session you are in ,if you want to fill all your information in Bahasa Indonesia ,make sure to switch to Bahasa Indonesia section first.
For multiple product upload you can use our bulk product upload link and follow the necessary steps. It requires advanced understanding of how the various fields work. If you are not sure please send us all your information and we will assign
our Installation manager to help you post all the products.
You can still review the products and post it afterwards.
Send us the following information in case of bulk products upload request.
1 In the Administration panel, go to Products → Import Product.
2 Click the + button to add a new import preset.
A preset is a set of rules on how to interpret an imported file. Once you configure a preset, you’ll be able to import multiple files of similar structure without the need to modify each of them separately.
3 Configure the import preset: choose a file (of CSV or XML format) that you’d like to import, and enter the name of the preset (you’ll use it later to find it among other presets).
4 Click Create.
5 Switch to the Fields mapping tab. This is where you tell CS-Cart how to interpret the imported file:
Match the columns or XML elements in the imported file with corresponding product properties in CS-Cart.
Check the example of imported data to see if the matching is correct. Make sure that the imported data follows the field format of the corresponding product property.
If necessary, add a few modifiers. Modifiers are functions that help you change the imported data. Use the Modifiers list button to find out what modifiers exist and how to use them.
6 Once you configure field mapping and modifiers, click Save. If you’ve done everything properly, you’ll now see that the examples of imported values have changed to take the modifiers into account.
7 (optional) Switch to the Settings tab. It contains settings related to import behavior.
Perform test import — enable this setting if you wish to import only the first five products from the file. That will allow you to check if everything is configured properly. Deleting or fixing 5 products should something go wrong
is easier than dealing with 500 products after a full import.
Import strategy — choose whether to import all products or only some of them:
Import all products from the file — new products will be created, but if a product already exists (the existence is determined by product code), then it will be updated instead.
Update existing products only — skip any products that don’t exist in your store; only products that already exist will be updated. This strategy is convenient if a supplier provides a file with all his products, but you
sell only some of them. That way you won’t get unwanted products in your store after the import.
Create new products only — skip any products that already exist in your store; only products that don’t exist in your store will be imported. This strategy is convenient if you change some product data (such as description,
product name, etc.) after the import. That way your changes won’t be lost if you need to import the data from that supplier again.
Set quantity of all products to zero — enable this setting if you want the quantity of all the products in your store to be set to 0 during the import. Only the products that have a quantity specified in the imported file will
have a different quantity.
There are three Additional settings hidden by default:
Delete existing files of downloadable products — if you enable this setting, then importing downloadable products will delete their existing files. When the setting is disabled, importing a file of a downloadable product doesn’t
replace the existing files, but rather adds it alongside them.
Delete existing additional images — if you enable this setting, all the additional images of a product will be replaced with the images specified in the imported file. When the setting is disabled, importing additional images for
a product doesn’t repalce the existing additional images, but rather adds new images alongside the existing ones.
Delete existing attachments — if you enable this setting, then the existing attachments of the imported products will be replaced with the attachments specified in the imported file. If no attachments are specified, the old attachments
will remain. When the setting is disabled, the new attachments will simply be added to the existing attachments.
8 Click Import. If your preset is configured properly, and the data in the imported file is correct, your products will be imported.
Note: After the import you can go to Products → Products and use the Recently updated saved search to see all products that were updated within the last hour (alternatively,
you can use Advanced search). This will help you check the import results.
Uploading products with the bulk upload tool saves you time by removing many steps in the product upload process. This is ideal for sellers who already manage their products using spreadsheets, or can easily export their product catalog into an
Excel spreadsheet from another marketplace. The alternative, individual product posting, is a more manual process.
After you post a new product, our related colleagues will take about 24-48 hours to audit it. Upon approval, it will be listed on MadeinIndonesia.com in 2 x 24 hours. Please note that auditing can help our sellers to post products in a good manner.
Therefore, please just have a wait for the approval.
The saying that 'a picture is worth a thousand words' really applies to our listings. Lets say if you are B2B buyer or sourcing agent buying some product for your company for 20,000 or 50,000 dollars, and you are sitting half way around the globe,
would you buy online from a company that has not displayed proper product photos or poor quality photos, no product information, no company details? No matter how well and how good your product is, most buyers want to see a full information
about your company and your product before they purchase or place a large order. So before you sit down at the computer to list your item, the first step should be to take great photos and then transfer them onto your computer. Posting pictures
is very easy, if you have brochure and catalogue, user manual for your product you can add these via in attachment during product posting it is very simple and provides detailed information for B2B buyers before placing a large order.
If you have multiple products without good quality photos we offer you a professional product shoot services at very reasonable prices .please contact us. Transfer devices each digital camera and scanner has its own procedure for transferring
image files to a computer. Some use cables; others use removable memory chips. Follow the instructions in your camera or scanner's manual.