Product Assembly Company
Addison, Texas, Contract Assembly
Why do a large number of manufacturers and product assembling companies prefer to set up operations in Addison? The answer: Because of the competitive advantage they enjoy there over their peers operating elsewhere in Texas—or in other states, for that matter!
Firstly, finding real estate in any thriving city in the U.S. today is a huge challenge. But Addison has over 12 million square feet of prime commercial real estate, located in under 4.4 square miles of territory. This density of office space means you’ll never need to waste lots of time searching across town for the space you need!
And then, there’s the challenge of a mobile workforce that usually bedevils assembly and manufacturing operations. In Addison, that’s never an issue. With the city’s daytime inhabitants, a large number of whom actively participate in the workforce, swelling to upwards of 100,000 plus, you’re certain to have ready access to front-line, trained assembly workers throughout the year!
Being Competitive in Addison
As a general assembly or manufacturing operations business owner in Addison, you’ll have great advantage over competitors in many other states, like extremely favorable business tax rates. However, you can magnify that competitive edge by working with contract assembly partners like Productiv.
So, how will a contract assembly service provider help give you a competitive advantage over your peers?
- Expertise: If you have clients that require highly technical assembling, then contract assemblers have lots of high-quality experience and expertise in precisely such domains
- Ramp-up: When your business is facing unprecedented upsurge in assembly orders, a contract assembly partner might be a better choice than, say, hiring a batch of workers to temporarily ramp up your output capacity
- Cost control: Contract assembly services usually offer fixed-fee contracts. That means, no matter how much their costs—like wages, utilities, or rent—increase, yours never will! The fixed-fee contract will lock you into a lower cost structure than your competitors, which means your margins will never be impacted by inflationary cost increases
- Labor disruption: When there is a labor shortage or disruption, assembly operators are usually the most impacted. However, by transferring such risks onto contract assembly partners, businesses can effectively insulate themselves from possible fallouts of labour shortages. The “challenges” of finding, hiring, training, and retaining a productive labor force rests with your contract assembly partner—it isn’t your “issue” anymore.
- Assured capacity: Working with contract assemblers offers you a high degree of assured capacity. And that means you can count on your contract assembly partner to service new customer demands as and when you sign customers up. You focus on growing your business, they (contract assembly service partners) focus on doing the work.
If you intend to expand your manufacturing or assembly plant in Addison, or if you are looking to start up a new assembly operation in the city, it might be worth your time exploring a contract assembly relationship with Productiv.
Not only will you be able to leverage off the vibrant economic indicators that Addison has to offer, like a young and eager workforce (median age 33.33 years, and unemployment in the low single-digits), but joining forces with a contract assembly partner will insulate you from many risks that other manufacturers or assemblers—veteran or start-ups—have to contend with.