7 Real Perks to Manufacturing in China

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Considering manufacturing in China? It’s one of the largest manufacturers in the world, accounting for one-fifth of the world’s manufacturing capacity. Electronics manufacturing centers in Shanghai, as well as other cities, have the product manufacturing experience and expertise, engineers, and skilled laborers required to produce high-quality digital products and devices. China is most known for large, mass produced, commodity products. However, China should also be known as the source for custom products as well. Additional regions specialize in auto parts, textiles, plastics, wood, and a wide variety of metal manufacturing processes, as well as vast array of quality custom products. There are many benefits to manufacturing in China.

Perk 1- Labor Expenses

Manufacturing companies have many costs to consider but labor is one of the biggest. When companies outsource to China they take advantage of staffing flexibility, a wide range of expertise, and lower overall labor costs.

Perk 2- Product Affordability

When companies work with Chinese manufacturers, they get the highest-quality products for much less than what it would cost to manufacture the same product domestically.

Perk 3- Better Results

Chinese factories have exacting quality standards but regulations may vary by province. When a company first outsources in China that company’s management should take a hands-on approach to ensure the proper factory selection. Chinese manufacturers are committed to customer satisfaction and clients can expect prompt delivery and top-quality products but remember that factory selection and constant follow-up is the basis for all good results.

Perk 4- More Focus

With product manufacturing in China companies can devote more financial and human resources to areas that generate additional profit and revenue. Outsourcing will lower manufacturing costs but what outsourcing can also do is free a company to increase its revenue through a renewed focus on its sales and marketing strategy.

Perk 5- Prompt, Professional Service

China narrowly edges out India as the world’s most populous nation.  Therefore its labor force is also the largest on the planet.  Chinese factories are always hiring which allows them to adjust staffing based on their clients’ needs. With “always-on” service clients are assured of quick turnaround and prompt delivery.

Perk 6- Material Choices

Some of the biggest reasons to outsource and manufacturing in China is a combination of the wide range of the country’s available raw materials, as well as the well-developed supply and distribution chain. Moreover, the diverse options for imported raw materials cannot be ignored.

Perk 7- Flexibility

The Chinese manufacturing culture allows for virtually unlimited throughput, as well as a staggering variety of levels of quality of manufacturing expertise. While these manufacturing partnerships should be closely monitored and managed, there is no limit to the mix of materials and manufacturing techniques available to the American company that knows how to source and monitor them.

If your company is currently manufacturing in China and is experiencing issues, or if you have been contemplating China manufacturing but don’t know where to start, call ITI Manufacturing and speak with the company that has nearly 45 years of experience! At ITI, we help you discover which process is best for your company, and for your unique product and business situation. Connect at (281) 242-7030 or request a FREE no-obligation quote on-line.

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Rebecca Wells,

National Accounts Manager

Rebecca Wells joined the ITI team in 2021 as a National Account Manager. Rebecca has over 25 years of experience with customer relations and retention as a Project Manager, National Account Manager, and Sales Manager in the Packaging and Retail Industries. She is a Michigan native but considers herself a Texan after calling Houston home for over 15 years. Rebecca enjoys staying active with her family playing tennis and running on the weekends.