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China Outsourcing FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

We have over 15 years’ experience in sourcing high specification metallic and plastic components and parts for businesses. Whatever questions you may have regarding outsourcing your manufacturing to China, our specialists are here to assist you in any way we can. If you would like more information about our services or you’d like to know more about our business, get in touch with us today.

China Outsourcing Limited is a procurer of propriety metal components such as castings and fabrications. We are a high-performance supplier with over 4.5m piece parts shipped annually to the UK from China.

We offer manufacturing and supply costs well below those available in the UK and  promise assured quality and on-time delivery. It's our goal to remove the risk of outsourcing to China, and with both both a UK-facing and China-based office, we eliminate all potential language barrier problems.

At China Outsourcing, we understand the local market, and can demonstrate expertise and knowledge from years of experience working in China. We have an in-country team of Chinese nationals led by Western management, which means you won’t ever encounter a language barrier when working alongside us.

The average labour cost in China is $3.3/hour, compared with $31.2 in the UK, according to 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index (GMCI). It’s therefore evident how your business can save money by outsourcing its manufacturing and part production to China.

Yes, we offer price and contract negotiation along with implementation of intellectual property protection as part of our standard commercial services.

We offer drawing control, First Article sampling, material control and supplier audits. Our control personnel also provide independent inspirations to ensure that quality remains high.

Yes, we can hold stock in our warehouses located both in China and the UK.

Yes, this is no problem and is part of our logistical services.

In most cases, we will be able to provide you with a sample of your part or component to review before proceeding with a full order. If you'd like to find out more about ordering a sample, please contact our team.

If you are looking to save money on your manufacturing costs by outsourcing to China, don't hesitate to contact our experts today on + 44 (0) 1202 606141.

Recent Success Stories
Automotive aftermarket supplier
China Outsourcing needed to set up a supply chain for the customer which covered 26 components (some which were highly complex) whilst maintaining previously quoted costs.
Industrial Spray Finishing OEM
China Outsourcing set out to resource precision machined brass components for the client, looking to reduce costs without compromising on the quality of the products.
Aerospace Ground Equipment OEM
Working with an aerospace company, we used expertise in welding and fabrication, working with our client's design and engineering departments to assist with production batches

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