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As part of our continuous effort to be as responsive and flexible as possible to our customers’ demands, bring value-added services and expand our capabilities, we have inaugurated Metrics Works. At Metrics Works, we are dedicated to helping you provide quality parts in a timely and efficient manner while keeping your costs low. Please visit our website at: metricsworks.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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We are honored to announce MES President & CEO Hiten Shah was a guest on the Angel Investor’s Network podcast with Laura Rubinstein, of Social Buzz Club. Listen to the podcast on:
itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/angel-investors-network-podcast/id1397704600
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3 weeks ago

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Not sure if this is a work related meeting or Fantasy Football coaching session! Looking at this generally unproductive bunch, we are betting it's the latter!🏈 ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

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Happy Employee Appreciation Day! - MES Family! 😃
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The Impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
April 14, 2016

Launching the White Paper Series

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MES is proud to announce the launch this month of our first White Paper, called “China vs. India. A Sourcing Experience”. The White Paper Series is meant to share with our stakeholders some of the lessons learned and pain points from our vast global sourcing and supply chain management experience.

“China vs. India. A Sourcing Experience” answers some of the questions from our clients who have difficulties in modelling their global sourcing strategies, and deals with the tradeoffs they have to make in terms of price, quality and lead times. The slowdown of the Chinese economy and the critiques of India’s inefficiencies are deterring companies from pursuing sourcing in China and India. Our analysis comes to show that the two Asian countries remain, for the medium term, the manufacturing engine of the world economy and the best solution for most of our clients’ needs.

MES plans to roll out a White Paper every month starting next year on topics of utmost interest to our stakeholders, including:

  • Choosing the Right Supplier
  • The Trans – Pacific Partnership and what it means for American OEMs
  • Mexico – The New (Manufacturing) Kid on the Block
  • New Manufacturing Destinations on the Horizon
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