Volume 22| August 2019
Near Shore Manufacturing News from NovaLink
The best news, events, links and offers from North America's Premier Near Shore Manufacturing Partner
Moving Your Manufacturing Out of China
If you are currently manufacturing your products in China, but find the tariffs imposed by the United States are hurting your bottom line, you may consider moving your production out of China to another country like the US or even possibly Mexico. This article details information you may need to know when moving out of China, and what some of the best manufacturing options for your company may be, like manufacturing in Mexico.

Am I a Good Fit as a Manufacturing Partner with NovaLink?
At NovaLink, we manufacture a wide-variety of projects. To better understand if your product or company is a good fit for manufacturing with NovaLink, we have provided a short list of items and practices that unfortunately we cannot accommodate. 
6 Misconceptions About Manufacturing in Mexico
As you might have guessed: most all the misconceptions about manufacturing in Mexico have no foundation in fact: because NovaLink is committed to the growth and satisfaction of its clients who are currently or will be committed to Mexico manufacturing in the future we want to dispel some of these misunderstood facts about manufacturing in Mexico.  

NovaLink News Roundup

Trading Up: Why America Must Ditch China and Pursue Better Manufacturing Opportunities   Read the Article

Viewpoint: Michigan economy relies on tariff-free trade with Canada and Mexico     Read the Article

Garment Manufacturing Market: Global Growth by Manufacturers, Regions, Product Types, Major Application Forecast 2019   Read the Article

The 7 Problems Manufacturers Will Need To Solve To Move Their Supply Chains Out Of China   Read the Article

The automotive sector overtook the food processing industry for the first time in 2018 to become Mexico’s biggest contributor to manufacturing GDP.   Read the Article
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