Making an Impact Across the Globe
International manufacturing programs require constant attention. Source gives your company access to a global supply chain of certifed factories without the day-to-day management headaches. Our staff in the United States, China, and Vietnam are always available to answer questions and keep projects moving. No company has better procedures or better people than Source. You can depend on us to drive quality and on-time delivery day after day.
Source manufacturing and supply management teams have literally hundreds of years of combined experience in over 20 industries. We deliver superior products through quality and on time delivery.
No misunderstandings about manufacturing standards or concerns about raw material availability or quality. No substandard workmanship. No delivery logistics black holes. We are your guide to navigate you through what is, for us, familiar territory. Our experience eliminates unpleasant surprises for you. At all times, you are in control.
Harness the competitive power of global manufacturing through Source International and give your company a competitive edge.
WHAT WE DO – OUR SPECIALITES:
DESIGN - ENGINEERING - PROTOTYPES
PRODUCT - PACKAGING - LOGISTICS
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:
“I’ve been very impressed with all that you as a company have done for this order. It has been top notch the whole way and such a MAJOR improvement from dealing direct with the factory. I wouldn’t do it any other way in the future.”
“Rec’d complete…all in white! Great!! The Collection was one of the highlights of the entire fair. It had featured space as you entered the booth. You should feel extremely proud of the FANTASTIC job you did on keeping this all together and keeping those vendors on time…we made a great impression.”
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MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT NEWS
Executive SummaryThe commodity price trends in the fourth quarter are mostly down in Asia. Many grades of Plastics, Rubber, Steel, Alum, Metals, Paper, Textiles raw materials and Fuel prices were mostly down in price while some grades of Wood, Freight went up in...
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 general trends and for all the details, please see the entire report.
Experience the future of manufacturing and join us at FABTECH from November 6th through the 8th at the Georgia World Congress 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.
Thanks to everyone who attended “Three Tips For Ensuring Quality At Outsourced Suppliers” at the 2018 APICS conference in Chicago October 2 . The topic drew a great crowd with lots of good input and questions from the attendees. 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. Learn more and download the complete presentation here.
Source International Xiamen Team held a fun summer party in the beautiful Ten Miles Blue Mountains of Fujian Province, which is famous for its sea of flowers and the air.
In the beautiful and fresh nature, the teams played three games. We feel the powerful force of energy, motivation, and teamwork. We all drunk a toast to this happy time.
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has released a third list of thousands of additional goods that could face 10% china product tariffs after a public comment period covering $200 billion in Chinese imports. 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 and Beijing immediately responded with its own tariffs on US goods worth $34 billion. . 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.