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Choose Australia to Manufacture in China

China is a rapidly growing manufacturing powerhouse, with many companies choosing to go offshore to save on manufacturing, tooling and prototyping costs.

Whilst manufacturing in China seems cheaper, the old adage "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth" applies. What may look cheaper on paper, could ultimately end up costing companies much more in the long run.

Using an Australian prototyping bureau, such as RapidPro, takes the guesswork out of this possible mine field.

We liaise for you, using companies and connections which we have developed over time. Companies that we trust. We also act as a Quality Control Agency, making sure that your parts and prototypes meet your requirements and specifications.

We make sure that your parts are delivered on time and that your quote is inclusive (with no hidden costs after the project has commenced).

By contacting RapidPro, you get all the benefits of offshore manufacturing, with the reassurance of dealing with an Australian-based company. We act as the prototyping Division of your business, protecting your interests, your intellectual property and, subsequently, our reputation.
There is nothing wrong with manufacturing in China. It's just good business to get people who understand the industry and who have developed trusted relationships with this booming country, to navigate the road, and to handle the process for you.

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