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President of Global Reach Consulting in Naperville, Ill.
Global Reach helps small companies find contract manufacturing partners in India
"If you are manufacturing in India, you need to go in with a large dose of patience. Firm dates don’t have the same firmness in India that they do in the U.S. If your product needs to go through several states to get to port, there are restrictions in some places on travel at night. Or on some days there may be problems with electricity or water. You need to put some padding into your schedule, because things can go wrong."