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'[EE] China contract manufacturing suggestions'
2009\03\19@132932 by Mike snyder

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Can anyone recommend a reliable China contract manufacturer? I have an
OEM that wants me to provide large volumes of an existing product line
and we are not staffed up for the volume requirement.

I see Djula's services have been highly recommended but the OEM would
prefer a China manufacturer as their QC services are equipped to
handle audits etc...

Thanks
Mike

2009\03\19@152936 by Richard Prosser

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We used Flextronics before we acquired a manufacturing facility of our own.
No major problems although they're not the cheapest around.

RP


2009/3/20 Mike snyder <spam_OUTmsnyder19TakeThisOuTspamgmail.com>:
> Can anyone recommend a reliable China contract manufacturer? I have an
> OEM that wants me to provide large volumes of an existing product line
> and we are not staffed up for the volume requirement.
>
> I see Djula's services have been highly recommended but the OEM would
> prefer a China manufacturer as their QC services are equipped to
> handle audits etc...
>
> Thanks
> Mike
> -


'[EE] China contract manufacturing suggestions'
2009\04\03@110037 by Bob Axtell
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With the depression in full swing, the Chinese connection will NOT be
the cheapest for very much longer. As the costs of shipping increase
due to high oil prices, and the wages slip here in the US, when you
add in Chinese unreliability ( failure to honor contracts, mainly),
doing business with them is no longer a good bet. I no longer
recommend them at all (I did once).

--Bob


On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 12:29 PM, Richard Prosser <.....rhprosserKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
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2009\04\03@225153 by Rich

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A reliable source for Asian Manufacturers, including Chins, is the Peter
Parts Company. Try Peter Parts in your browser.
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2009\04\03@233232 by Ray Newman

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I know Peter Parts personally for many years.
Very reliable.
But China contract manufacturing is at bet only 75% yield.
Why do you think I switched to Thailand back in 1998.
If I have one bad board in 10,000, it is a lot.
Labor not so cheap but reliability and accuracy can't be beat.
Ray


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2009\04\04@002208 by Rich

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Thank you for the reply, Ray.  Where are you from that you know Peter Parts
Personally?

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2009\04\04@004858 by Mike snyder

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Hi Rich,

I did not know peter parts also undertook ECM I will follow up with them.

Ray - Would you be willing to provide contacts in thailand?

Thanks
Mike

2009\04\04@112450 by Tony Vandiver

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I knew him in boot camp.  Back then, he was known as Private Parts.

sorry, couldn't resist...  that line actually came from a P/P rep in
Atlanta that visited me in Alabama, but seriously Mike, if you're going
to mfg in China, you've got to go to China, and look for a shop that's
ISO9000 - you've got to actually see it (and best if you're as
un-announced as possible), because ISO can be bought and paid for or
just faked altogether, but they are there, and typically a little off
the beaten path, i.e. outside the Shenzhen city proper, and about 2-3x
more expensive than the local Shenzhen competition, but right now,
they're begging for work.

Tony




Rich wrote:
> Thank you for the reply, Ray.  Where are you from that you know Peter Parts
> Personally?
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