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3 Reasons to Outsource Your Supply Chain

When it comes to outsourcing, various countries in Asia always present a veritable goldmine of opportunity. However, this doesn’t happen magically, your company must make the right connections, know where to look, and how to effectively engage. No doubt, China continues to perfect the manufacturing trade with healthy supply chain operations. They still produce millions of the world’s electronics, plastics, textiles, and medical products with ease and efficiency. Also, they continue to successfully manufacture a wide variety of customized goods.

If your business is currently utilizing outsource manufacturing, you’re already saving time and money. However, now is the time to streamline the rest of your supply chain, if you haven’t done so already. This way, you can do even more to grow your company, especially with help from ITI Manufacturing.

Supply Chain Logistical Solutions

The supply chain encompasses every step in the outsource manufacturing process, from production to distribution. Several other events also occur in between those two, causing those who handle their own logistics to devote extra effort to its management. If you choose to outsource your supply chain, however, you’ll benefit from the following three perks…

#1 More Time

Consider the time you spend trying to communicate with workers in your warehouse or factory. The valuable time that business owners spend on ensuring efficient operations could be better allocated towards business expansion for example. If you outsource your supply chain, however, an experienced manufacturing liaison who specializes in operations can handle production. Furthermore, companies like ITI Manufacturing have expert staff and inspectors on factory grounds to manage the entire process.

Overall, outsourcing with the right offshore factory will save you time and allow you to strengthen and grow your company.

#2 Save on Costs

Respectfully, nearly 60% of companies choose to outsource because it cuts costs. Supply chains can be extremely expensive to maintain as companies have to work out all the kinks to guarantee efficiency. When you employ the aid of an experienced manufacturing liaison, however, you’ll end up with a significant amount of savings. Learn how ITI Manufacturing has mastered the outsource manufacturing process for hundreds of US-based companies since 1974.

Overall, companies should always keep in mind that there are more benefits than just saving on cost.

#3 Efficient Mass Production 

As with any job, trained professionals are more likely to run factory operations more effectively. And if you’re the owner of a company, you’re far better off simply running that company, than overseeing product logistics. Therefore, if your business sells mass products in the US, then outsourcing your supply chain simply makes sense. But where should you outsource? That is a question best left up to your manufacturing liaison.

Fortunately, many countries like China continue to house various global manufacturing hubs across the nation. And at ITI Manufacturing, we understand that logistics are a time-consuming but necessary part of the process when you mass-produce goods and sell them in the US. This is why we emphasize the importance of ensuring that we have deep and lasting relationships with top offshore manufacturers. As a result, we not only help your company match product to a factory, but we also ensure that production is done right.

Bottom line, we stand firmly on our “no manufacturing defects” guarantee. Our ultimate goal is to make sure supply chain operations run smoothly and effectively every time.

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Connect with ITI Manufacturing today for more information, or to speak with an expert about your production needs. Call us toll-free at 888-574-6823.

By |2019-08-16T15:07:46-06:00May 14th, 2019|Manufacturing|

About the Author:

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Mike Stewart joined ITI in 2002 and is Vice President of Business Development. He has a BA in Business and Journalism from SFA University. Before joining ITI Mike sold, installed, and trained businesses in comprehensive business computer systems in the medical and automotive industries and served as Executive Vice President of a video news magazine production company.