Benefits of Outsourcing to a Contract Manufacturer

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Still unsure whether it’s better to get contract manufacturing outsourcing or manufacture production components with your internal team? There’s no clear-cut, one-size-fits-all answer that can solve your dilemma. That’s why you should consider all factors, including compliance, control, quality, and cost.

With a more competitive market today, an increasing number of businesses are partnering with overseas manufacturing companies. This move allows them to lower expenses while improving their productivity and profitability.

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One factor contributing to reduced expenses is that labor costs are significantly less when you outsource manufacturing. You are doing more than just lowering the labor costs for the production floor workers because you can also save money on other things. Labor expenses such as overtime pay, training, vacation pay, and HR resources are just some of the costs you can avoid.

If you attempt to do everything in-house, your production team may become overburdened with too many tasks. Delegating can help you focus on things that can improve your core competencies.

Transferring the manufacturing process to a reliable company can free up your internal team and allow them to dedicate their time to what they do best.

If you need to find a manufacturer in China, you should first understand all the aspects involved before investing your time and money into one.

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Manufacturing Overseas can be Simplified and Cost Effective

Simplify it with ITI Manufacturing

Manufacturing Overseas can be Simplified and Cost Effective

Simplify it with ITI Manufacturing

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.