For decades, manufacturing in China for the China market was a happy time. US multinational companies (MNC) took their tried-and-true designs there to address a huge untapped China demand.
With Covid travel restrictions just now lifting for western executives to travel to China, companies are reminded that success in China is heavily dependent on having the right personnel and ensuring the China operation has the right ethical corporate culture.
Manufacturing for export and sourcing in China is becoming more difficult due to increasing labor costs, high production expenses, volatile tariffs, political tensions, as well as challenging and changing rules & regulations.
Closure, Near-Shoring, Relocation and Consolidation of Export-Oriented China Operations and Supply Chains
This webinar featured seasoned speakers with real-life experience in China plant closures, improvements, consolidations, relocations and sourcing within China and in other countries.
Find out why C-level executives are now migrating from China to Mexico to improve the reliability of their supply chains.
The China Challenge: How Are China’s Challenges Affecting Your Global Manufacturing & Supply Chains?
The China Challenge: Analyzing Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and Mexico as Manufacturing and Supply Chain Alternatives.
Companies are increasingly diversifying their Operations and Supply Chain from China to improve future operational stability.
This webinar discusses the different aspects companies are evaluating when looking at possibly closing their China-based plands/operations due to the economic and political changes taking place.
How are companies handling the current Covid-related challenges?
How will the future Travel Restrictions exacerbate a company’s ability to solve their Covid-related problems in China?
This webinar discusses China plant closures, improvements, consolidations, relocations and sourcing within China and in other countries.