13 Steps to Manufacturing in China (inbunden)
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Palgrave Macmillan
includes: 15 figures
384 p.
241 x 165 x 25 mm
725 g
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13 Steps to Manufacturing in China (inbunden)

13 Steps to Manufacturing in China

The Definitive Guide to Opening a Plant, From Site Location to Plant Start-Up

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A comprehensive reference book providing the tactics, strategies, and methodology for establishing a manufacturing plant in China. The book is jam packed with details including sourcing Chinese equipment, importing used or new equipment, building construction, and permit requirements.
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"Manufacturing has recently become a global and complex industry, and China is a major player. Bruce Mitchell's 13 Steps to Manufacturing in China is a great book that addresses the social, cultural, political, and complex technical issues generally not known to the outsiders. In this detailed book, Bruce is speaking to a large audience of engineers, managers, consultants, and students worldwide who are interested in doing business in China. His writing style is simple, clear, humorous, highly informative, and truly engaging. I have personally learned a lot from this book and will not hesitate to recommend it to anyone who wants to establish a manufacturing unit in China." - Suresh Bhatt, PE, Independent Consulting Engineer "13 Steps to Manufacturing in China is very informative and a necessary reference for those interested in setting up a manufacturing facility in China, or elsewhere for that matter. The thirteen step process presented here offers a clear path to avoiding pitfalls when implementing a Greenfield site in another country. Only he that has traveled the road knows where the holes are deep. Even an engineer or developer not directly involved in such a venture can gain an understanding of the process and cultural differences involved." - James E. Barrell, Advanced Engineer, BSME, MBA "Bruce Mitchell has written the definitive book on manufacturing operations in China. It is a thorough piece of writing chock full of his wisdom and experience. This book is destined to be in the briefcases of CEO's and operations executives the world over with an eye on doing business in China. If you are contemplating moving all or a portion of your manufacturing operations to China, this is simply a must read. Do it now! If you have already moved your operations to China and want to critique where you went right and wrong, this book will provide you an excellent template for that analysis. It should be required reading by every corporate 'high potential' leader who is destined for an executive role in China." - Michael K. Burroughs, author of Before Onboarding: How to Integrate New Leaders for Quick and Sustained Results and President of Executive Integration and Coaching Services for the global search firm, DHR International

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Bruce Mitchell, the senior engineering executive for his company, oversees all capital projects associated with strategic business growth, production capacity maximization, plant expansions, engineering and environmental initiatives in the United States and Asia. In this capacity he has implemented multi-million dollar projects establishing global facilities and manufacturing equipment installations. In 2004 he was assigned project manager for his company's Asian manufacturing expansion. His responsibilities included all aspects of the project - identifying and selection the location, company formation, equipment sourcing, building and infrastructure design and construction. Within two years the manufacturing facility was completed and operational. During this time Mr. Mitchell logged approximately 30 trips (over 400,000 flight miles) to mainland China plus Hong Kong and Taiwan and traveled to over 23 different Chinese cities meeting with over 50 equipment manufacturers, 18 desi


Introduction PART I Why the Middle Kingdom? Thirteen Steps to Manufacturing in China 'You're Not in Kansas Anymore' PART II: OPERATING IN THE MIDDLE KINGDOM Selecting an Industrial Park Learning from other Companies' Experiences Environmental Regulations in China Utility Costs in China Investment Enticements Negotiating the Memorandum of Understanding Establishing Your Company PART III: IT'S TIME TO BUILD Sourcing Chinese Made Equipment Chinese Design Institutes Chinese Construction Companies New Building Construction in China PART IV Manufacturing in China - Past and Future