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Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.3]

NEW PARTS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 20-27, 2016

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

If your shop CAN make parts like these, log in to your account and start quoting now

Welcome To MFG: Buyers Fresh to the Global Contract Manufacturing Marketplace [Apr.27]

This week, electronics giant Intel joins the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace, alongside Oceaneering, Everwaters, and Liquid Robotics to discover new, qualified suppliers to get their custom manufactured parts made and do what they do best: build amazing things. 

And if you're a contract manufacturer or job shop looking for work from buyers sourcing American-made, companies like these might just be perfect fit for your manufacturing capabilities. 

A Buyer’s Guide to Product Quality Compliance [Part 1: Taking Your First Steps]

Today, quality matters more than ever.

Whether you’re sourcing custom manufactured parts for the automotive industry, the aerospace vertical, or the consumer products market, product quality compliance is most likely a major concern for your business. One that is continually guiding and shaping your sourcing and supply chain strategies. 

In the most recent MFGWatch Manufacturing Report, over 40% of sourcing professionals surveyed said that product quality compliance was a major threat to their sourcing and supply chain strategies in 2016.

Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.2]

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

If your shop CAN make parts like these, log in to your account and start quoting now

 

 

“Made in Germany”: Sourcing Europe's Most Innovative Custom Parts Manufacturers

Continuously improving to stay leagues ahead of the technological curve, Germany’s highly integrated manufacturing and education ecosystems have built a manufacturing sector that prides itself on part quality compliance and high-quality throughput across a diverse array of manufacturing verticals. 

Which has made Germany a global manufacturing and exports heavyweight, second only to the United States manufacturing sector in many advanced manufacturing processes. 

Can Your Shop Make Parts Like These? [Pt.1]

Everyday, hundreds of custom manufactured parts are sourced through the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace by buyers from around the globe in disciplines such as fabrication, stamping, assembly, and machining. 

These successful sourcing events highlight the power of the MFG.com Marketplace for hundreds of global buyers and suppliers of custom manufactured parts and manufacturing services. 

Here are just a few of the custom parts sourced for the week of April 6-13.

Simplifying Esourcing Adoption For Procurement Professionals

The procurement professional is an essential element of success for many companies around the world. Not only are they responsible for managing at least some of the company’s corporate spend, but they are also instrumental in discovering new suppliers, developing relationships with suppliers, and keeping their company’s supply chain profitable and healthy.

China's Downturn: What it Could Mean for U.S. Manufacturing

On Thursday, global stock markets plunged for the sixth time in as many days amid continued and growing concerns about the languishing Chinese economy. 

As of 3 p.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had dipped by 336 points, while futures in both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 slumped by 39 and 116 points, respectively. 

Your Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Insurance Is Now At Risk

If you weren't paying attention, something really interesting was published over on Procurement Leaders.  An unprecedented amount of claims on business interruption policies have caused Munich Re to demand visibility into their customer's supply chains before paying claims.

From the post:

The (Supplier) Match Game

We hate to waste time. We really hate to waste time doing something we don't like doing. Who really likes to do supplier research? I haven't met anyone yet and I have been doing this for about 10 years.

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