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How Best to Learn About China Manufacturing

Accept the TRUTH

Why would a business choose or not choose to investigate China manufacturing? Why would a company that is already manufacturing in China, especially if they are having issues, not consider changing their supplier?  There are just about as many reasons given as there are businesses. However, it boils down to this: The number one reason is no one wants to make a mistake. Inertia, as well as making a snap decision, can be disastrous for a business. So how does someone decide?  Where can they start?

“Look before you leap” is a good rule of thumb but “he who hesitates is lost” is also a good nugget to live by. Which is best when it comes to China manufacturing? Both! That is what many businesses fail to consider. If there needs to be a change in manufacturing the sooner that change is implemented – in an orderly manner – the better.  However, making a quick decision without considering the relevant facts could put a company in a worse position than it was in to begin with. So how does a company decide what to do? The answer is in asking the right questions.

Ask the RIGHT Questions

What holds businesses back that are not currently manufacturing in China is the unknown of China manufacturing. The interesting thing is these businesses already know the questions to ask but still think there are secret “gotcha” questions they don’t know to ask that will end up causing a horrible situation.

The right questions include:

Where can a business go to discuss their unique situation, needs, and issues and get the honest facts? How could a business know what their landed cost would be in advance of moving forward? How could a business secure a no China manufacturing defects guarantee? How could a business arrange for 100% production financing? How could an American company find a business to work with that has the experience and expertise to represent them in China, get the best price, plus have all the manufacturing, testing, inspection, and logistics managed and included in the landed cost so that there was never a question about the final price? And where can an American business find a company that will stand by them if something out of anyone’s control was to happen, like a dock strike, a pandemic, or tsunami?

Partner with an EXPERT

When an American company needs to investigate making products in China, and they need to know the facts that will support and enhance their current business situation, there is one American-based company that has 43 years of hands-on, face-to-face offshore experience and expertise: ITI Manufacturing, Inc.

ITI Manufacturing is an American owned company headquartered near Houston. We are an OEM contract manufacturer specializing on China manufacturing. Our USA-based staff consists of Americans as well as native Chinese speakers. Our China staff consists of native Chinese professionals with many years of experience in China manufacturing. Our USA office works directly with and interfaces with our American customers. Our China based staff works face to face with the factories that produce our customer’s goods as well as any required and necessary internationally recognized testing companies, inspection companies, third-party freight forwarders, and any other necessary suppliers. ITI Manufacturing is our customer’s office in China. We represent our American customers. Our success is 100% dependent on our customer’s success.

Contact ITI today with your questions. The answers you will receive will be the facts based on our 43 years of experience, not what we think you want to hear. We succeed only if you do.  If China manufacturing is not right for your company based on your company’s goals, business situation, and product, we will tell you. If, after discussing China manufacturing with us, you would like us to quote your product to be made in China, the quote will be no charge to you!

Look before you leap, but don’t hesitate and be lost.  Call us today at 888-574-6823.

By | 2017-06-22T13:48:45+00:00 June 22nd, 2017|Manufacturing|

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