Read our Mexico Manufacturing case studies and learn how NovaLink clients cut costs, maintained supply chains and expanded their business by moving manufacturing to Mexico.
BamBody is an Australian manufacturer of women’s underwear available exclusively on Amazon. Their Chinese manufacturing partner was unable to meet their demand, had quality issues, and could not efficiently deliver product to their on-demand warehouse in Texas. Read how Novalink helped BamBody meet production and shipping demands their Chinese partner couldn’t.
Due to the nature of their business, Westland could not carry inventory for their products, as many of the covers and Bimini tops are aftermarket, and no longer available for sale retail. This on demand model required them to manufacture and ship on a short timeline – sometimes as short as seven days. Proximity to […]
Schutt Sports needed a partner that could help them cut operations costs from a main line in their manufacturing operations: refurbishing and reconditioning football helmets for a variety of clients, including high schools, major college football programs, and the NFL. In addition, Schutt also required a large labor force for this extensive refurbishing operation that […]
Due to the volume and variety of textiles produced by Boltex for their clients all over the world, they required a manufacturing partner that would be able to keep up with the demand for their new products, work on a short schedule, maintain or improve on the quality of their goods produced, and keep the […]
Amerex, like many companies performing large-scale manufacturing that required sub-assembly of their products, began to face mounting pressure from their competitors that were having products produced in Asia. In order to remain competitive, Amerex needed a manufacturing solution to meet the price pressures from the Asian market.
In 2009, Powell’s business was growing substantially and they lacked the space in their Houston facility to accommodate the increase in volume. Since they were not ready or willing to invest in a new facility in Houston or a maquiladora, they explored a variety of other options for adding manufacturing space. Although they had a […]
In 2011, NovaLink began working with DLH Industries, Inc (“DLH”), a supplier of plastics and fluid management systems for the automotive industry, which merged with Bowles Fluidics Corp in June of 2015 to become dlhBOWLES. Through partnering with NovaLink, dlhBOWLES has been able to substantially grow their business, enhancing both efficiencies and the quality of their products.
In 1996, Patagonia wanted to adjust their global sourcing chain because they were experiencing long transit times for US materials and finished goods as well as high duty rates on foreign materials. Although NovaLink only manufactured Patagonia’s polar fleece products at the beginning of the partnership, our portion of the business has grown as a […]
Clothing company Turtle Fur needed manufacturing garment production, but required the labor pool to scale up and down for their seasonal production. Read the Case Study on how NovaLink helped Turtle Fur with their staffing needs.
In 2017, NovaLink began working with Seats, Incorporated., an OEM and contract manufacturer of seating. Seats had a unique challenge: an abundance of business and not enough resources to accommodate it. Download the case study to learn how NovaLink was able to help Seats with their problem in just 10 weeks.