Global Nexus understands what matters most in establishing an offshore manufacturing and supply chain. These four factors rule – and are inevitably interrelated:
The desire to reduce product costs to enhance profits or maintain competitiveness generally drives interest in offshore manufacturing. Global Nexus’ business model focuses on obtaining a low “first cost” from the factory source—as part of a transparent and highly efficient supply chain. Global Nexus also understands that what really matters is not just the first cost, but the delivered, or “landed” cost of goods. So, Global Nexus helps your business manage costs throughout the entire supply chain, offering value throughout based on the experience and relationships of its professional staff and supply chain partners.
Global Nexus is proudly recognized as a leader in our industry. To stay on top, our multi-lingual project managers and experienced foreign office staff ensure there is always clear communication on every project. We exercise diligence each day to make sure everything we produce reflects the quality and responsible manufacturing process we believe in.
Low-priced, quality goods are of little value if they are not delivered on time. Global Nexus ensures timely delivery of your orders through a variety of means. This includes careful selection of factory sources, management of the factory production process and careful planning to ensure on-time deliveries. In many cases, Global Nexus can arrange for a factory to pre-make products and become an inventory partner, thereby dramatically reducing delivery times for your business.
While most sourcing companies understand the importance of price, quality and delivery, many do not fully appreciate the value of risk management to a successful supply chain. Our experienced professionals work closely with you to evaluate and manage risk throughout each link of your supply chain. For example, we can help you manage political risk by carefully selecting the country in which to manufacture a product. Global Nexus also evaluates the size and qualifications of a factory, establishes back-up factory sources, ensures the proper packaging and labeling of products, obtains transit insurance, and determines the correct rate of customs duty (thereby avoiding expensive audits).