“MES goes where its clients are or where they want to be. We are constantly searching for the next big opportunity that will come through for our clients in terms of product quality, speed and price even if it takes us across the globe.” MES is a full-service provider of global manufacturing and supply chain management services. Headquartered in Columbus, OH, we also have offices in India (Mumbai), China (Ningbo and Hong Kong), Poland and Mexico. We provide our customer the value-driven services and high-quality products with competitive price. Core commodities include Die Castings Iron & Steel Castings Forgings Investment Castings CNC Machining Rubber Molding Extrusions Stampings Industry Capabilities: Lighting Electronics Automotive Agriculture MES provides a wide range of services and products to customers based on their needs. Please contact our sales representative at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our China Manufacturing Sourcing Team is Growing! MES is happy to announce that we continue to grow and enlarge both our operations and our personnel worldwide! We recently opened our China office to improve our ability to serve our customers. We continue to add staff to better monitor manufacturing production for our customers, as well as improve quality and service. MES president, Hiten Shah, says, “We believe that it is critical to have a presence in the countries we source manufacturing from. There really is no substitute for people on the ground to monitor production schedules and the quality of the products produced. It gives us better communications and relationships with our suppliers, and gets them invested in our goals to provide the best service and quality possible for our customers manufacturing needs. Having local personnel ensures that we stay on top the entire manufacturing process, which extends not only […]
This is the most metric-intensive portion of the supply chain process—one where we continuously measure quality levels, production output and productivity. Outsourced Manufacturing Considerations Manufacturers are increasingly relying on outsourced manufacturing as they struggle to keep manufacturing costs in check, shorten product cycles and stay competitive in their market. Outsourced manufacturing, done well, can help manufacturers save money on everything from facility costs, tooling, equipment purchases and maintenance, as well as staffing. Outsourced manufacturing can also allow for the expansion of core competencies and help protect companies from supply interruptions. As compelling as the savings are, sacrificing quality or lead times can end up costing manufacturers more money in the long term. You must ensure that the outsourced manufacturing vendor has the technical capabilities, capacity, facilities, and systems to provide the products according to your specifications and will provide the service you expect. You should assess the willingness and capability […]
Improved Supply Chain Management Services!MES is pleased to announce that we're growing again! We've recently opened new locations in Mexico & China to better serve our manufacturing and supply chain management customers globally.
MES Improves Lead Times, Overcomes Challenges with Hands-on Supply Chain Management COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 20, 2013– via PR Newswire— Dealing with suppliers in India and China, MES is often asked how it overcomes communication gaps and development challenges (lead times, PPAP quality submissions, etc.). After developing with over 40 suppliers over last 10 years, following are the key issues. While these may seem very logical, in the world dealing with suppliers which are 15,000 miles away, all issues are exacerbated: 1. Finding Qualified Suppliers: It’s very easy to find suppliers who say “they do export work”. It’s also easy to find suppliers who have “capacity”. It’s almost given that all suppliers have “ISO / TS Certification”. But what’s unique in both Indian and Chinese Culture is the deference to the customers. Customers have to train and develop relationships with suppliers to “extract” the correct information – this is not because […]