Tag: outsourcing manufacturing

Ready for our Close Up! Con-Tech Product Videos

Con-Tech International announces the immediate release of four new product videos, representing the main product divisions of steel, drum accessories, cap seals and enclosures, and precision components….Read More

Con-Tech & Our Clients -History & Synergy

Con-Tech International has a history of working closely with companies to create a synergy that results in a greater product for the end user and a seamless process from beginning to end….Read More

Con-Tech – Global Parts Supplier Mastering American Tariff Regulations

As a global parts supplier specializing in imports for more than 35 years, Con-Tech’s strong relationships with global suppliers and manufacturers and our logistics expertise allow us to master the recent changes in American tariff regulations. Let’s break these down and address how we tackle some of the most important issues include sourcing, pricing, transportation,…Read More

Outsourced Custom Manufacturers

As one embarks on the string of arduous tasks associated with finding and contracting custom manufacturers overseas, they typically discover that it takes approximately 12 months from the beginning of their investigation to successfully outsource manufacturers of a part or product. In that amount of time, the opportunity to bring the part or product to…Read More

Overseas Manufacturing Rejected by Entrepreneurs Prone to Failure

Closed minded, short sighted entrepreneurs say “no” to overseas manufacturing citing the economy, the American dream, and “buy American” ideology. On Friday, June 1st, 2012 ABC aired a re-run of a January Shark Tank episode wherein the inventor of a hide away rack for the beds of pick-up trucks defiantly would not accept advice to…Read More

Time To Outsource Manufacturing

Outsourcing Manufacturing Outsource manufacturing is often done two different ways: With one-off items, and with Contract manufacturing agreements. Outsourcing manufacturing for one-time items is ideal when the team that you normally have manufacture your products or goods simply can’t handle the workload for that specific item, or when it’s a new item and you cannot…Read More