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  • Providing Chinese sourced high specification metallic and plastic components and assemblies to both large & SME western customers
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Businesses have been saving money for years by outsourcing their manufacturing to China – why not join them? As your dedicated outsourcing partner, we make the entire process as smooth and hassle free as possible, helping you find trusted manufacturers, overcome the language barrier, and keep costs down.

To find out more about how we can help you outsource to China, contact our expert team today on + 44 (0) 1202 606141.

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How we overcome the challenges of outsourcing to China

As industry experts, we are more than aware of the risks involved when you outsource to China and have an air-tight system in place to ensure you never fall victim to scams, poor quality or miscommunication.

It can be incredibly daunting to outsource to an unfamiliar country without proper guidance. There are many manufacturing companies who would take advantage and try and sell you inflated ‘tourist’ prices, way over what you could be paying for your manufacturing with better foresight. Not to mention, there is a language barrier to overcome which can make getting your point across a challenge in the first place and wastes valuable time and resources.

At China Outsourcing Limited, we act as the middle-man between you and our portfolio of trusted manufacturers in China, ensuring the entire process runs smoothly. The process is simple: You communicate solely with our team based in the UK, and we pass on your requirements on your behalf. 

We have a team based permanently in China who have their finger on the pulse of all the latest industry developments and know how to get the best prices and which manufactures to trust with your specifications.

Outsource to China – our services

We are proud to offer a comprehensive outsourcing service and take control of your manufacturing project at every step, including:

  • Identifying Chinese manufacturers
  • Quotes
  • Quality control
  • Shipment
  • Reordering

You can rest assured we are by your side every step of the way when you outsource to China. We ship over 4.5 million components every year. Join our list of partners today and reap the rewards of outsourcing your manufacturing. Call us 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

Latest News

Samsung moves manufacturing to China
25th November 2019
Mobile phone giants Samsung plan to offload some of their manufacturing to China, in a bid to cut costs and compete with Chinese based rivals. 
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The pros and cons of outsourcing to China
08th November 2019
If you’re thinking about outsourcing your manufacturing to China, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of the process to make sure it’s the right decision for your business. 
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Why do companies outsource manufacturing to China?
23rd October 2019
Worried you’re missing out on some great benefits other companies are taking advantage of by outsourcing their manufacturing to China? Well, you are. China offers some fantastic perks that just can’t be beaten. Read to discover why so many businesses are offloading their manufacturing to the Asian country. 
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Tesla to begin manufacturing in China
15th October 2019
The American car giant Tesla has moved its manufacturing process to China and begin production this month. The move to China is a bid to boost sales in the world’s largest automotive market and to avoid the higher import tariffs levied on US cars. It’s also reported that the move to China will bring down production costs. 
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