Manufacturing in Cambodia: a Good Alternative to China?

Manufacturing in Cambodia: a Good Alternative to China?

Manufacturing in Cambodia: a Good Alternative to China? Since 2018, an increasing number of importers have been looking for alternatives to China, with a desire to either replace or supplement their Chinese manufacturers. The U.S.-China trade war has put billions of...
3 Alternatives to China for Sourcing in Southeast Asia

3 Alternatives to China for Sourcing in Southeast Asia

3 Alternatives to China for Sourcing in Southeast Asia How do you diversify your supply chain and minimize the disruptions that might stem from natural disasters, geopolitical events, or other unexpected circumstances? This is a question many importers have asked...
Sourcing in Vietnam: a Good Alternative to China?

Sourcing in Vietnam: a Good Alternative to China?

Since the U.S.-China trade war started in early 2018, many importers in America and elsewhere have been re-examining their supply chains and considering moves to other countries. One of the biggest beneficiaries of the trade war has been Vietnam. The country has seen...
Is the Quality of Products Made in China Really That Bad?

Is the Quality of Products Made in China Really That Bad?

Is the Quality of Products Made in China Really That Bad? There is a common perception in the West that China only makes poor quality goods. This is evidenced by the fact that there is no shortage of Internet memes like the one you see below. Sure, there are...
What is Quality Fade and How Can You Avoid It?

What is Quality Fade and How Can You Avoid It?

What is Quality Fade and How Can You Avoid It? Imagine you’ve been working with a supplier for a couple of years to produce a solid stainless steel grill. Everything has gone well. You’ve received good feedback from consumers and garnered favorable reviews. Until, one...
Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: What You Need to Know

Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: What You Need to Know

Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: What You Need to Know Importers producing consumer goods overseas are generally concerned about the quality of their products. Good quality products will be well received by end buyers, getting favorable reviews, prompting repeat...

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