China is the world’s epicenter of cost-effective manufacturing, production, and labor. But when it comes to product quality, start-to-finish service, and on-time product delivery, China can also be your company’s biggest headache. Enter Shape Point. We have more than a decade of experience helping clients from around the globe successfully navigate, negotiate, and manage a wide-array of China manufacturing initiatives. ShapePoint manufacturing services include PCB Assembly, Over Molding, Blow Molding, Plastic Injection Molding, Metal-Dye Stamping, and Surface Mount Technology (SMT). Download our free e-guide: 7 Critical Mistakes to Avoid When Sourcing in China.
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Our Manufacturing Facility in Dong Guang China utilizes state-of-the-art materials, handling, and process support on every production program-which translates into greater consistency, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness for our customers. Once your tooling is complete, ShapePoint scales up quickly for full production. Precision molding technology and expertly trained personnel guarantee that everything we produce meets or exceeds customer requirements and expectations.
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ShapePoint's engineering team understands the science and the craft of plastic, metal and poly-resin manufacturing. Our team specializes in providing design support to ensure superior tooling, maximum mold life and quick, error-free production on every project. ShapePoint engineers utilize state-of-the-art 3-D CAD systems and collaborate closely with your design team while coordinating with our production personnel throughout the tooling process.
More so than other services in the Orient, China sourcing offers the opportunity to exponentially increase profit margins by cutting costs in labor, production and materials. With increased opportunity, however, comes increased risk. From incorrect colors to toxic raw materials and defects in workmanship, it is critical to have an experienced sourcing partner who can help you reconcile the “Chinese Cost” of doing business with the “Real Cost” of doing business.