Anything is possible in China but nothing is easy” is a quotation found on the Baysource web site www.baysourceglobal.com . Many companies go it alone when embarking on an outsourcing project for the first time. Commonly, purchasing personnel will rely on web and email correspondence when initiating a sourcing project in China. Small and mid sized businesses do not necessarily have the resources or personnel required to successfully launch a manufacturing outsourcing project in China.
Commonly, people will seek out a “sourcing agent” or other type of representative in China to act on their behalf. Baysource is different in that our team has been working with a select group of factories for over a decade and with that comes the required credibility to negotiate price, terms, and ensure products are manufactured to our customers’ specifications and expectations. Baysource doesn’t “sell” anything. What we do is get our clients exponentially closer to their project goals accomplishing in one month what would usually take a company one year.
We have all heard about or seen the Tip of the Iceberg illustration, illustrating what makes up Cost of Goods. When one considers the costs of overseas sourcing, often enough he/she does not place enough value in what goes into overseas sourcing. The expenses of travel, shipping back and forth of samples, and of course employees’ time out of the office are huge components to take into account. But what is the cost of failure? Out of spec product? What is the true cost of not having your product available for months at a time?
This is where having an organization such as Baysource, acting on your behalf and with only your interests in mind pays off in spades. Few companies will work on a no-obligation basis such as Baysource, side by side with your key decision makers, to help you accomplish your goals. www.baysourceglobal.com