Top Global Sourcing Mistakes

Top Global Sourcing Mistakes

Global sourcing has made trading easier for modern businesses because profits can increase as a result of cheaper products and labour. Exchange rates also work in your favour if you live in a country with a strong currency, meaning you get better value and quantities compared to sourcing domestically. However, there are plenty of mistakes …

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Choosing a UK Global Sourcing Company

Advantages of UK Global Sourcing UK global sourcing has become an increasingly effective solution for finding low-cost services, products and materials for businesses when compared to domestic supply lines. The opening up of the global market has provided access to lower labour and manufacturing costs, resulting in greater profits and value for money. If your …

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Local vs Global Sourcing

Local Vs Global Sourcing

Most businesses will find it easier to source products or components locally because of the reduction in transport time and overall efficiency. However, this is not always feasible when trying to meet large scale orders for a cheap price, leading many to harness the global market for parts with the best value and profit. At …

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Subcon event 2014 – There is still time for you to register, contact us for your free pass

This year’s event is set to be the biggest yet, with over 300 subcontractors exhibiting and a greater than ever participation by UK exhibitors. Darian Global Sourcing is delighted to be attending this year – it’s the UK’s only dedicated national exhibition for contract and subcontract manufacturing. The show returns to the NEC in Birmingham, from 3rd to …

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Budget 2014 pledges ‘radical package’ for UK manufacturing

The 2014 Budget speech delivered in Parliament by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne promised a “radical package” of measures to help those in the UK manufacturing sector. In a Red Book that calls business investment “critical” to long-term economic growth and a speech renewing the need for Britain to appear ‘open for business’, several …

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