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Sourcing Manufacturers in China

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Sourcing Manufacturers in China

As a leading outsourcing company, we have access to a network of trusted manufacturers in China so that you receive an excellent service at the best price.

When it comes to sourcing metal components, fabrications, castings, machined or forged parts, outsourcing to China offers a much more affordable way of running your production line – if done correctly.

The team at China Outsourcing is dedicated to providing you with an exceptional service and will help you navigate the process of outsourcing to China and reap the rewards. Call us today on +44 (0) 1202 606141. to discuss your requirements.

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Helping you find good manufacturers in China

Outsourcing any part of your manufacturing, especially abroad, comes with certain risks. However, our team takes control of all stages of the outsourcing process, from acquiring quotes, to quality checks, to final delivery, to ensure all risks are mitigated.

We have a team based in China as well as the UK and have a firm handle on all the goings on in the manufacturing industry, both domestically and abroad. Over the years, we have built strong, long-lasting relationships with some of China’s best manufacturers, so you can rest assured that you will be working with a manufacturer you can trust.

Looking for a good manufacturer in China? Contact our team today for expert guidance and advice. We can find you the best quote for manufacturing metal components and manage the process on your behalf, so you can focus on your core business.

Why use a manufacturer in China?

So, why should you bother going through the time and hassle to locate a suitable manufacturer in China? Simply put – price. The average manufacturing labour cost in the UK is ($31.2/per hour), in comparison, the average cost in China is just ($3.3/per hour). This means that undertaking the equivalent work in China offers businesses in the UK the opportunity to significantly cut costs.

When you use China Outsourcing as your outsourcing partner, you can rest assured that we will find you the best possible price for your manufacturing from the best Chinese manufactures, ensuring you receive a high-quality product. Get in touch today to find out more about our services

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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