Excessive inventory can place excessive strain on the financial situation of a company especially when all inventory items are treated with equal consideration regardless of unit cost. Without an established direction for maintaining inventory levels of key components, companies can find themselves with an excess of their financial capability tied up in inventory components and therefore have a reduced capability to react to sudden increases in requirements from customers.
Using a quality service in the same country employing a locally trained workforce may give your company some peace of mind but often this is simply exchanging one unknown (manufacturer's QC) for another (foreign QC). While the foreign service may have an understanding of the basic quality requirements of your company, they can often miss finer detail which may appear low risk to an untrained eye but can cause serious serviceability and reliability issues.
Within an Australian context we as the buyers and designers tend to place an excessive amount of "faith" in the choices and recommendations of our suppliers. We are often guilty of telling a supplier to recommend a material for a particular component or simply telling them to decide what is best or common rather than explicitly defining the material. Often the recommendations of the supplier are not explicitly communicated back to the designer or are not captured locally in design documentation.
Our extensive experience in offshore contract manufacturing and history of successful transition project management means you can rest assured that your products will be successfully and painlessly transferred to an offshore manufacturer with a minimum of stress and expense.
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