Is it better to purchase a chocolate making machine from India through Indiamart.com or through Alibaba?
Can you afford that? I like to say, “You don’t get what you don’t pay for.”
If you are not comfortable repairing the machines yourself, it is probably worth the extra cost to purchase from a supplier who can provide some support.
One more word of advice. You are better off with a machine that offers chain drive or direct drive. Avoid machines where the drive mechanism is a belt and there is a gearbox that needs lubricating/cooling oil. Rice grinders (which is what these machines are originally designed to do), are not meant to be run for 48-72 hours at a time. Belts will stretch and it will cause problems sooner rather than later.