Jeremy Lee, 8221-8225 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 美国, 90001, http://www.acomold.com/, 8223 W. Sunset Boulevard, Los angeles, California, USA, Plastic Mould, Injection Mold, Plastic Mould Manufacturer
|8221-8225 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 美国|
|8223 W. Sunset Boulevard, Los angeles, California, USA|
|Plastic Mould, Injection Mold|
I knew a short term scam when I smelled one, so I ran a spread sheet on resin, shipping, extruding costs, etc., for both domestic and Chinese sourcing. It became apparent that certain "costs" were not wrapped into the original Chinese bid. But, common sense lost out to upper level decisions by a management team that turned a blind eye to longterm prospects and math.
Plastic Mould Manufacturer is a leader among moldmakers. Our main focus is creating the highest quality products. Plastic Mould Manufacturer is a china injection mold company located in Shenzhen. Our company concentrates on mold design and mold manufacture. The main products are Plastic Injection Molding, Injection Molded Parts and Custom Injection Mold.
As a Chinese moldmaker,I have talked about this topic with one of my American partners, yes,he found the cost in China has raised those year, while he told me that the quality and effcient has improve as well .while, anyway, it's a problem for our cooperation, then we discuss how to low the cost ,so we discuss the molds, as Chinese standard and skillful technical to build the molds is really a big discount(eg, an USD8000 mold ,in Chinese standard would be USD4000-5000),because Chinese product is always share a good reputation ,yes,we focus on the product ,the shrinkage,the surface artistic and other factors ,then we make a nearly USD20,000 deal. Which it's helpful for Chinese and USA partners .Of course, it suits the small parts and the quantity should be make sure big enough, anyway, Chinese factory should living on the products.
Our company quoted building a tool 2 weeks ago and our price was $32,000 when the China price came in they were only $4,000 less (this was specifying that they use the same quality components as us). By the time you add on shipping you jump another $2,000-$3,000. In addition to the shipping you have time delays in communication, proper communication, hoping they do everything correct, shipping time, etc, etc... The inherent costs are ridiculous. Companies do not consider this, they simply look at mold cost to mold cost. It doesn't make sense and I am glad that some are finally figuring that out.
Cost versus price is always something that has to be fully detailed and documented in order for a true comparison to be made. And Tas has an interesting point, he has an American partner. Is this the OEM, or a broker, or another tooler? I am interested in what Tas finds works best for his firm and for the users of the mold in his opinion. A few short years back, we saw molds being brokered overseas, but now that is rarer, usually American firms have sister/partner firms or a plant located in China nowadays.