China Product Sourcing, Market Expanding solutions offered by AsiaNavigate

By: Asianavigate  09-12-2011
Keywords: supply chain, Supply Chain Management, China

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Services and Solutions

AsiaNavigate is dedicated to provide clients with value-added services and solutions when the clients are considering reduce product cost or expand markets into China and other Asian countries. today for a free quote on product sourcing or an assessment on market expanding opportunities. AsiaNavigate has expertise to provide a full range of services to make Asia (especially China) your competitive edge:
  • Generate synergy from whole Asian region, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
  • Perform quality inspection to ensure the factory deliver the required quality level
    • Pre-Production First Article Inspection
    • In-Process Production Inspection
    • Pre-Shipment Inspection
    • Factory and Social Accountability Audit
    • Container Load Supervision
  • Assist trade and logistics management
  • Design Supply Chain Management (SCM) solution
    • Flexible manufacturing planning (FMS)
    • Total Quality Management (TQM)
    • Materials requirements planning (MRP)
    • "Just in time (JIT)" delivery
    •  Low inventory solution
  • Enforce
    • Geographic Targeting
    • Business Process Planning
    • Strategic Alliance with Local Market Leader

"Global Thinking, Asia Reaching, Local Acting"

Keywords: China, Product Sourcing, supply chain, Supply Chain Management

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AsiaNavigate will help clients by saving time and money in the sourcing process and avoid many costly mistakes by making cautious and practical options available, allowing our clients get it right, the first time. Combining the advantages from the surrounding areas such as R&D capability from Taiwan and Japan, and China's WTO compliance policy, China is emerging as the manufacturing base for the world.