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The Supply Chain Conference Of The Year Is Coming In September!

Category:Education,Manufacturing

Join us for the all-new ASCM 2019 taking place September 16 – 18. THE SUPPLY CHAIN CONFERENCE OF THE YEAR will feature all new content, insightful speakers and keynotes, and the opportunity to build connections with supply chain professionals from across the world.

ASCM 2019 features keynote by Fareed Zakaria, CNN Worldwide host, Washington Post columnist, and best-selling author. There will also be a lineup of knowledgeable thought-leaders addressing end-to-end supply chain topics. Each individual has been carefully selected to ensure a broad range of content, viewpoints and topics. Presenters include respected business leaders, authors, educators and innovators who share their expertise through more than 60 educational sessions. 

This influential conference from the world’s leading supply chain organization brings together more than 2,000 people from 50+ countries. You’ll make invaluable contacts, explore new and different ways of thinking, and meet people from many of the world’s most respected organizations. 

No Other Event Covers End-To-End Supply Chain In As Much Depth

From planning and procurement through production, delivery and return, ASCM 2019 is the place for end-to-end supply chain education. Professionals from all areas of the value chain rely on the annual conference for career-building knowledge. 

It’s All About Education

ASCM 2019 is first and foremost an educational conference that provides an immersive learning environment that will advance your knowledge, skills and ability to move organizations forward. ASCM 2019 features 65+ sessions that are mapped across six learning paths to cover all aspects of the extended supply chain; plan, source, make, deliver, return, enable.

ASCM 2019 is first and foremost an educational conference that provides an immersive learning environment that will advance your knowledge, skills and ability to move organizations forward. ASCM 2019 features 65+ sessions that are mapped across six learning paths to cover all aspects of the extended supply chain; plan, source, make, deliver, return, enable.

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BE SURE TO CATCH THE PRESENTATION BY SOURCE INTERNATIONAL AND LIBBEY ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

Enabling Network Optimization through Effective 3rd Party Management – Hosted by Mike Bunge (Libbey) and Jim Ullum (Source International)

EXERPT: When seeking new outsourcing opportunities and strategies to manage risk and maximize team performance, using real-world case studies is a highly effective way to learn what has worked and what hasn’t worked for other organizations. Whether you directly manage outsourced suppliers or work through a service provider, outsourcing is a multifaceted process with goals that include lowering costs, managing quality, gaining operational efficiencies, enabling access to external resources, and many others. This joint session includes the perspectives of an outsourcing service provider and a manufacturer who will share sourcing and procurement best practices and strategies. They will outline solutions to address some of the challenges you might encounter in areas including QA, auditing, ethics, product development, cost drivers and cost justifications, and navigating in a low-cost, offshore environment.

This session will count as 1 elective credit hour toward the ASCM Risk Management Education Certificate.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

OR, REGISTER FOR THE EVENT USING PROMO CODE: LVPPN100 for a $100 discount. 

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JOIN US for 3 Learning Sessions at the ASD SHOW in Las Vegas – July 28-31

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Come join us at the ASD Show in Las Vegas July 28-31 for 3 exclusive learning sessions targeted to all private label buyers and importers.

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ASD Market Week is 9 Trade Shows in 1 Central Location that features 19 Retail Categories from 2,700 Vendors from around the world. You can Find New Suppliers and Vendors, Thousands Of High-Margin Products which Consistently Achieve a 300% Mark Up and Enjoy Exclusive Deals & Perks Designed For ASD Attendees.

ASD Market Week (previously ASD AMD) is the most comprehensive trade show for consumer merchandise in the U.S. As the leading B2B trade show in Las Vegas, ASD brings the world’s widest variety of retail merchandise together in one efficient shopping experience. Retailers of all sizes will find that the ASD Market Week show floor is filled with quality choices at every wholesale price point.

What’s more, ASD Market Week is also home to the SourceDirect trade show, a B2B show for importers, distributors, wholesalers, and large retailers to buy wholesale goods directly from overseas manufacturers. SourceDirect at ASD is the go-to destination for buyers looking to source new product categories and find new ways to directly profit from manufacturers coming from top sourcing countries.

Whether you have an online store, a brick-and-mortar business, or both, ASD is truly the wholesale buying event that can’t be missed for any small to large sized retail, e-commerce, distribution, or importing business. 

Contact Jim to schedule an on-site meeting at ASD where we can give you helpful tips and discuss how our program can add value to your new product development efforts. And by joining our 3 learning sessions you’ll gain valuable knowledge about developing private label products.

Registration to ASD and Source Direct is free through the link below. 

https://registration.experientevent.com/ShowASD192/?Flow=ATTENDEE&MarketingCode=REFPTSDJU

Ask The Experts Panel

Sourcing 101 Panel

Sunday, July 28, 2019: 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM

This session will cover the fundamentals of sourcing your products overseas. The panel will share their varied expertise covering the process of finding new suppliers, supply chain strategies as well as the art of negotiation and legal issues for newcomers to the industry.

https://asd.a2zinc.net/July2019/Public/SessionDetails.aspx?FromPage=Sessions.aspx&SessionID=9670&SessionDateID=488

Ask the Experts

Monday, July 29, 2019: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

This interactive Q&A allows attendees to ask the panelists questions pertaining to sourcing and importing. Experts will address questions from the audience as well as answer questions that arose in previous seminar discussions leading up to this Q&A. We encourage an interactive dialogue where no sourcing topics are off limits. Walk away from this session with the sourcing knowledge and confidence you need to further your business.

https://asd.a2zinc.net/July2019/Public/SessionDetails.aspx?FromPage=Sessions.aspx&SessionID=9677&SessionDateID=489

Driving Product Success and Positive Product Reviews Through Effective Sourcing and Quality Assurance

Tuesday, July 30, 2019: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

The success of your product offerings, whether you offer private label or open market goods, depends heavily on finding the right source for product development and manufacturing, and on the quality of the final product that reaches your customers. Today’s savvy consumers demand high quality products at the most competitive price and you only get one chance to make a good impression. You may have the latest innovative, on-trend product but if the quality is not on-spec, it doesn’t arrive on time, or the price is not competitive, your chance to generate a positive customer review is greatly reduced or, even worse, may generate a product-killing bad review. In this session you’ll learn tips to engage in collaborative strategic sourcing that minimizes your risk, quality assurance best practices, and how to incorporate green initiatives to reduce your carbon footprint to drive product success for your brand and those all-important positive customer reviews.

https://asd.a2zinc.net/July2019/Public/SessionDetails.aspx?FromPage=Sessions.aspx&SessionID=9680&SessionDateID=490

So don’t delay, contact us today!


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ASIA MANUFACTURING COST DRIVERS REPORT Q3

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The commodity price trends in the third quarter in Asia are mostly up. Many grades of Plastics, Rubber, Steel, Alum, Wood and Paper raw materials rose in price while some grades of Metals, Textiles and Ceramics went down in price. Petroleum and fuel prices were up in this quarter and labor rates were steady in the lower wage countries. The US Dollar rose moderately against most of the Asian currencies in Q3. China imports and exports saw up in the quarter. The China PPI was down slightly while the China CPI was up slightly. The PMI USA and Hong Kong indexes saw a slightly improvement in Q3 while PMI China saw a little marginally down. Below is a chart of the cost driver trends in 2018-Q3 and for all the details, please see the entire report.

si asia manufacturing cost drivers report 18Q3

ASIA MANUFACTURING COST DRIVERS REPORT DETAILS

PLASTICS & RUBBER
– All General Purpose plastic resin prices were up in the third quarter, PP(K8303) and Food Grade are up significantly (on average about 8.9%) and the others only up in price marginally. Year over year, PVC and PE prices are down 7.2% and 4.3% respectively. But most plastic prices remain up in price versus one year ago. PP (K8303) is up the most (close to 22%), followed by PP up 13.7% and PS up 9.6% while PET price is unchanged.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

– Engineering plastic prices were more mixed with Nylon and Nylon (PA6) and POM prices up by 6.6%, 5.4% and 4.1% respectively, while ABS and PU Foam prices were down slightly. Year over year, ABS up in price the most at 21.4% followed by Nylon up over 11% and the others only up in prices marginally, while ABS and PU Foam were down marginally in price versus one year ago.

– Most of the Rubber prices were up in Q3, BR saw a huge up in price, up over 22% and Latex, SCR5 and CR prices were all up over 5%. NBR is the only one which down marginally in price. EPDM price is unchanged. Year over year, CR and EPDM prices up sharply which are over 19% and BR and NBR up slightly, while Latex and SCR5 down marginally versus one year ago.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

METALS
– For the third quarter of 2018, most of the prices for Carbon Steel were up, with Steel Wire is up most which was over 12% followed Pig Iron was up 8.5%, others were up marginally. Only Hot Roll Steel Sheet in price was down a little. Year over year, the trend is all up with Cold Roll Steel Tube and Pig Iron up over14% and others up slightly.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

– In the Stainless Steel part, 201, 410 and 304 prices were up on average about 3% while 420 and 430 grade down a little in the third quarter. Year over year, the trend is down with most grades of stainless steel down in price on average about 9%. Except for 304 price is up 3.7%.

– All aluminum grades rose faintly in price in the third quarter. Year over year, all prices were down in price, with 6061 is down the most which is over by 27% followed 3003 and A00 down 13.6% and 11.1% respectively, and 1060 price is down marginally.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

– In Other Industrial Metals, all grades trend was down in Q3. Nickel’s price was down by 11%, followed Zinc down 7.2% in price and the rest of metals were down a little. Year over year, most of metals prices are up, with Nickel is up most (close to 14%) and Copper and Brass Rod are both up 2.6% while Zinc price is down 12.8% versus one year ago.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

WOOD, PAPER & TEXTILES
– Wood prices inched slightly higher in Q3 except Pine and MDF is steady in price. Year over year, MDF’s price increase over 13% and the others only up marginally.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

– Meanwhile most grades prices of Paper Materials were no change except for Corrugated Board price down 4.1% in the third quarter. Year over year, most of the paper prices are decreasing, with Corrugated Board down over 16% and others prices down a little. Only Art Paper is steady.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

– Textile fabric prices saw little change in the third quarter with Raw Cotton down slightly and the rest were unchanged. Year over year, the grade in prices are mixed, with Raw Cotton and Polyester Fabric up in price t at 2.4% and 0.3% respectively while the 100% Polyester Fabric and 100% Cotton Fabric are down marginally.
Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

CERAMIC AND GLASS RAW MATERIALS
-In Ceramic Raw Materials, only Alumina price was up over 23%, while in Feldspar, Soda Ash and Kaolin were down in price on average 4.6% and rest were down marginally. Year over year, Feldspar, Kaolin and Quartz are all up marginally while rest were down, with Soda Ash is down in price the most by 16%, followed by Alumina down 5.9%, Glass Grade Sand and Glaze were down slightly versus one year ago.

Source international cost drivers report 2018 Q3

FUEL
Fuel prices in China were generally going up with LPG and Diesel Oil were significant in the range of 25% ~32% in the third quarter, and year over year, except for Petroleum is unchanged, the rest fuels are up significantly in price between 21%~29% one year ago.

OCEAN FREIGHT
The World Container Index was up 13.7% in the third quarter. Year over year, the World Container Index was sharply up 31% versus one year ago.

COST OF LABOR
Asian labor rates saw no change in the third quarter. Year over year, rates are up in most countries with Indonesia up the most (over 7%) followed by Thailand (up 6.6%), Vietnam (up 6.1%), China (up 5.2%) while India labor rate down 13.5%. Bangladesh was unchanged.

CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE
For the third quarter, the USD is obviously strengthened slightly against the Thailand Baht, Chinese Yuan, Taiwan New Dollars, India Rupees, Indonesian Rupiah, Vietnam Dong and Bangladesh Taka. Year over year, the biggest gains for the USD are against the Indonesian Rupiah and India Rupees China RMB, Thailand Baht, Vietnam Dong and Indonesia Rupiah while its slightly weaker against the China RMB and Thai Baht.

CHINA TRADE (Data lags by one month)
– China Imports and Exports were both up by 11.36% & 4.61% respectively in the latest third months. Similarly, year over year, China Imports and Exports are up obviously by almost 15%.

– The China Producer Price Index (PPI) gone down 1.1% in the third quarter while the China Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose slightly. Year over year, the China PPI is down 3% while the China CPI is up slightly versus one year ago.

PURCHASING MANAGERS INDEX (PMI)
USA and Hong Kong PMI were both up slightly. Only China PMI was down 0.7% in the third quarter. Year over year, China PMI and Hong Kong PMI is down slightly while USA PMI is up slightly versus one year ago.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

Thank you for taking the time to follow trends in Asia manufacturing. Source International has operational offices in Louisville, Kentucky & Xiamen, China. Our passion is to partner with companies in supply management from Asia. We have a 25 year on-the-ground track record, a rigorous operating procedure, and a very well trained local staff. We welcome the opportunity to show you how we can add value to your supply chain in Asia and invite you to visit our offices and website to learn more about us.
For additional details, please refer to the charts that follow or contact one of our Operations Specialists for more information. Thank you for your support.
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Data for this report comes from the sources listed and while every attempt is made to be as comprehensive and accurate as possible, please consider that these are just general trends and you should not draw any specific conclusions from the data. We recommend that any information provided in this report be weighed against other sources and experts on the individual topics covered and\, accordingly, we make no specific claims nor assume any liability from the use of the data contained herein.


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EXPERIENCE THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Category:Education,Metals

FABTECH 2018 – Manufacturing and Product Development Expo

Experience the future of manufacturing and product development. Join us at FABTECH from November 6-8 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta where the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing community come together to see what’s new and what’s next. Source International will be giving a presentation on Smart Manufacturing Product Development Process: Get to Market Faster on Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM.

FABTECH is where connections are made and where deals get done. See cutting-edge exhibits, learn from expert-led education, network with peers and more,.Over 1,500 leading manufacturers all in one place with solutions aimed at increasing productivity and profitability. Bring your team to experience three action-packed days of hands–on demos, new product launches, education, and networking. Whatever you need to advance and move forward in manufacturing, you’ll find it at FABTECH.  With targeted technical, operational, economic and managerial sessions, you’ll discover the solutions you need to improve productivity and increase profits. Network with peers, learn from top industry experts, exchange best practices and explore the latest technology and advancements in the industry.

Contact us for more information and set up a meeting with us in Atlanta to learn how Source International’s supply programs can add value to your new product development efforts.

So register today using this 30% discount code and we look forward to seeing you at FABTECH 2018!



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APICS 2018

Three Tips For Ensuring Quality At Outsourced Suppliers

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APICS 2018 – Three Tips For Ensuring Quality At Outsourced Suppliers

Thanks to everyone who attended “Three Tips For Ensuring Quality At Outsourced Suppliers” at the 2018 APICS conference in Chicago October 2nd. The topic drew a great crowd with lots of good input and questions from the attendees. 

Ensuring quality At Outsourced Suppliers

EXCERPT: Manufacturing your company’s products at outsourced suppliers, whether onshore or offshore, isn’t just about lowering costs. Managing the quality of output among your outsourced suppliers is critical and can greatly impact your bottom line, your operational efficiencies, and your organization’s credibility. This session presents an aggressive, comprehensive three-step program to accurately assess the level of quality risk at an outsourced supplier; create effective, quality documentation that will ensure expectations are met on both sides; and to set up metrics that will measure supplier performance and provide a benchmarking system to gauge future improvement. By employing these three steps in a comprehensive and integrated program, your organization can effectively ensure the quality among your network of outsourced suppliers.

A copy of the presentation is available for download HERE.  Please feel free to share it. A lot is happening at APICS as they transition into life as ASCM.  FYI, the 2019 conference is scheduled to be in Las Vegas….hope to see you there!

And, please contact us for more information and to set up a meeting with us to learn how Source International’s supply programs can add value to your outsourcing efforts.

Also, please note that we’ll be presenting again at FABTECH in Atlanta on Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM on Smart Manufacturing: Product Development Process: Get to Market Faster. Hope to see you in Atlanta!  Register today using this 30% discount code and we look forward to seeing you at FABTECH 2018!

 


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THIRD ROUND OF CHINA TARIFFS

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CHINA TARIFFS UPDATE

July 10, 2018 -Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has released a third list of thousands of additional goods that could face 10% china tariffs after a public comment period. It includes fruit and vegetables, handbags, refrigerators, rain jackets and baseball gloves. The move comes after the United States imposed the first round of 25% China tariffs worth $34 billion which kicked in July 6th. Beijing immediately responded with its own tariffs on US goods worth $34 billion. President Donald Trump in May directed Lighthizer to identify $200 billion in China product tariffs if China retaliated against US penalties that are meant to punish the country for intellectual property theft. The United States is already working on a second wave of China tariffs worth $16 billion. The third round of tariffs would go into effect sometime after August 30.

  • List 1 – Includes 818 tariff lines and is Valued at $34 billion worth of imports from China. Products falling under these tariff lines incur an additional duty of 25% beginning July 6.
  • List 2 – Includes 284 lines cover approximately $16 billion worth of imports from China. This list will undergo further review in a public notice and comment process, including a public hearing. After completion of this process, USTR will issue a final determination on the products from this list that would be subject to the additional duties of 25%.
  • List 3 – Includes 195 pages and thousands of lines amounting to approximately $200 billion in imports from China and covers some consumer products which had yet to be hit.
Feel free to download the lists from the three links above and contact Source International for more information.
AmChamChina has set up a US-China Trade Dispute Portal, which will be updated regularly and serve as a central source for all the China tariff resources, documentation, and analysis related to US-China trade relations.  https://www.amchamchina.org/news/trade-dispute-portal

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SECOND ROUND OF CHINA PRODUCT TARIFFS

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SECTION 301 & 232 TARIFFS UPDATE

March 8, 2018 – Presidential Proclamations 9704 and 9705 on Adjusting Imports of Steel and Aluminum into the United States providing for additional 25% and 10% duties for steel mill and aluminum articles, effective March 23, 2018.

June 15, 2018 – Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) issued press release announcing its intent to impose additional tariffs on products imported from China. The additional tariffs are part of the U.S. response to China’s unfair trade practices related to “the forced transfer of American technology and intellectual property”.

List 1 – Includes 818 tariff lines and is Valued at $34 billion worth of imports from China. Products falling under these tariff lines incur an additional duty of 25% beginning July 6.
List 2 – Consists of 284 new tariff lines identified by the interagency Section 301 Committee as “benefiting from Chinese industrial policies, including the “Made in China 2025″ industrial policy”.  These 284 lines cover approximately $16 billion worth of imports from China. This list will undergo further review in a public notice and comment process, including a public hearing. After completion of this process, USTR will issue a final determination on the products from this list that would be subject to the additional duties of 25%.
Feel free to download the lists from the two links above and contact Source International for more information.
And read more about the tariffs and their impacts on US businesses in this recent Industry Week article.
AmChamChina has set up a US-China Trade Dispute Portal, which will be updated regularly and serve as a central source for all the resources, documentation, and analysis related to US-China trade relations.  https://www.amchamchina.org/news/trade-dispute-portal

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International Women's Day

SOURCE XIAMEN CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY

Category:Education,Uncategorized

Source International’s Xiamen Office honored all its dedicated women staff on International Women’s Day March 8th.  The day marks a special time to stop and say thanks to all the women on our life and all the love and beauty that they bring to the world every day.  China has celebrated International Women’s Day for many years and for many its becoming a very special day to say thanks.  In fact, Burger King China created an interesting campaign that we thought worth sharing.

Please contact us for more information.


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WVU GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL TO MEET

Category:Education

The WVU Global Supply Chain Management Advisory Council, chaired by Jim Lynch, is planning a spring meeting on March 22 and 23, 2018 as part of the Joint WVU Business and Economics Spring Visiting Committee/Advisory Council Meetings to be held at the Erickson Alumni Center on the West Virginia University campus in Morgantown, West Virginia.  The Council and advises and interacts with students in the WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program and has been instrumental in the development of the program led by Professors Ednilson Bernardes, Associate Professor John Saldanha and visiting Professor Yuan Ye, under the direction of Javier Reyes, the Milan Puskar Dean of the WVU College of Business and Economics.

WVU Supply Chain Advisory Council Members 2017

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 The WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program

Global Supply Chain Management was introduced as an academic area of emphasis in 2014 and as an official academic major in 2016. The program was created by WVU in response to the global mindset that products can be made available quickly to those who want them, and provides students with the strategic big picture of supply chain processes, such as fulfilling customer demand and tactical level activities of planning and executing purchasing, manufacturing and shipping. Students develop the knowledge and skills to lead supply chain improvement projects, function in supply chain teams, and perform or lead supply chain activities with excellence.

The program was uniquely designed to help students understand core elements of the complex supply chain system, such as inbound logistics, operations and outbound logistics, and to understand how these elements interact to create value. Students are immersed in the entire supply chain, from managing purchasing of raw materials to the production of finished goods to the logistics of meeting customer demand. The program uniquely teaches students to not only identify opportunities for improvement of their companies, but also to bolster entrepreneurship through creation of new companies. Links to some related articles follow:

https://wvutoday.wvu.edu/stories/2018/03/02/wvu-business-school-named-divisional-champions-at-international-supply-chain-competition

https://wvutoday.wvu.edu/stories/2017/10/11/wvu-team-of-business-and-engineering-students-wins-third-straight-supply-chain-competition-at-university-of-pittsburgh

http://www.wvexecutive.com/supply-chain-advantage/s

For more information on the GSCM program please contact the WVU College of Business & Economics at (304) 293-4959 or check online WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program.

Photo of the supply chain team that won its division in Utah. Pictured, from left, are Rena Kobelak, case competition team member; Ednilson Bernardes, Global Supply Chain Management professor and team adviser; and Amy Toscano, case competition team member. Not pictured is Ryan Jadra, case competition team member.


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Source Direct

SOURCE DIRECT AT THE ASD SHOW-SEE YOU THERE!

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MEET US AT THE ASD SHOW IN LAS VEGAS!

Its that time of year again!

Please join Source International Managing Partner & COO, Mr. Jim Ullum at the ASD Source Direct Show for Sourcing Seminars that will take place from March 11-14 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The Source Direct Seminars are all FREE to attendees and are filled with interesting and informative sessions each day.  A sampling of the sessions that Mr. Ullum will present are

SOURCE DIRECT SEMINARS

Mr. Ullum will be available before and after the seminars to answer your questions, troubleshoot any supply chain issues that you may be having, and to explain how Source International’s strong China based team can add value to your Asia supply chain.

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Are You Ready for SourceDirect at ASD?  SourceDirect is the destination for all things sourcing.Visit with more than 300 international suppliers, all under one roof.

Source Direct at ASD Market Week is the # 1 place where importers, distributors, wholesalers, sourcing professionals and volume buyers can source products directly from factories around the world. Located within the ASD Market Week show, there is no better place to source an array of product mixes; from gift and home accents, to fashion accessories and the latest electronic accessories plus gain valuable knowledge all in one place!

We look forward to seeing you in fabulous Las Vegas!

Mr. Jim Ullum, MBA & C.P.M – Source International – Tel: 502-589-7900 – Email: jimu@sourceint.com – WeChat: jimu


Who We Are

Source International has operational offices in Louisville, Kentucky & Xiamen, China. Our passion is to partner with companies in supply management from Asia. We have a 25 year on-the-ground track record, a rigorous operating procedure, and a very well trained local staff. We welcome the opportunity to show you how we can add value to your supply chain in Asia and invite you to visit our offices to understand better our procedures & the scale of our operations.

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