Following the tragic shooting on June 17, 2015, in which nine black people were killed by a white gunman during a Bible study at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, many American businesses have showed their support for the victims by banning the sale or display of the Confederate flag. Continue reading China Standing Beside America’s Attempt To Stop Racism
Chinese manufacturing has revolutionized much of the way that the world does business. Huge corporations and start-ups alike, are turning to China to have prototypes and full-fledged products created. Why has this succeeded so well over the years? Continue reading Why Chinese Manufacturing Succeeds
It is China that is the undisputed outsourcing solution for US-based companies. Despite other nations like India and Pakistan rising and establishing their own market share, China remains the dominant market player for companies that are looking to reduce their production costs. Continue reading Chinese Manufacturing Plastics
With the economies of the United States and China having both grown into two of the world’s largest economies, inevitably both nation’s trade will be inextricably linked together. Continue reading Chinese-American Relations Help Manufacturing and Trade
In a globalized economy, there are more variables than ever that businesses can consider when deciding on a manufacturer. With location being one of these prominent factors, it is important to analyze every possible area that your organization can expand on their manufacturing efforts. Continue reading Outsourced Manufacturing – Metals and More!
When many individuals notice the “Made in China” label on a product, some will instantly assume it is inferior, poorly made or unattractive. This stereotype is unfair and perhaps even outdated but unfortunately, the ‘Made in China‘ label still conjures phrases such as “not build to last” and “cheap imitation.” Continue reading The “Made in China” Stereotype
While two terms within the industry ,”Lean Manufacturing” and “Low Cost Manufacturing” are often used interchangeably, they actually have slight differences as each refer to the method and techniques of the manufacturing industry, respectively.
While low cost manufacturing focuses on the optimization of all manufacturing expenses and costs, particularly on a large scale with outsourcing, lean manufacturing concentrates on the efficiency of resources such as materials, methods and human capital. Both seek to improve productivity and eliminate waste.
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For those companies that are in the final states of any manufacturing project and plans are are ready to finalize the design and funding stages, it is important to consider all of the options that can help keep costs down while still being able to deliver quality items. Continue reading 4 Ways Chinese Manufactured Items Benefit Your Business