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While costs have been increasing, China continues to be one of the top worldwide locations for manufacturing hardlines, with the outsourcing market growing at around 30% p.a.
Reducing costs and affording companies the time to focus on core activities are most often cited for the reasons entities look to outsource some or all of their production to China.
Uncertainty, driven by barriers of distance and time, cultural differences, language, and an overall lack of trust, has added at best caution and at worst hidden costs to China sourcing.
If you are looking to source product from China, improve your current supply chain, or fortify your quality assurance and quality control infrastructure, Sertus can help. Learn how.