ABF MFG Group Inc

Sub-Assembly and Full Assembly

Sub-Assembly and Full Assembly Advantages

lower cost

Lower capital costs

By reducing storage and inventory needs, the sub-assembly and full assembly strategy substantially reduces capital costs, such as warehousing and investment in materials and raw supplies. It allows the manufacturer to adopt a lean business model, with fewer sunk costs.

Customizability of orders

Manufacturers often face a rising demand for customized goods from customers, and such needs cannot be met if they stock up on finished goods. The sub-assembly and full assembly strategy allows customers to order a customized product by keeping a variety of sub-assembly and full assembly parts in stock, which can be put together to produce a unique finished good.

Quick delivery times, even with customization

The sub-assembly and full assembly method allows for quicker delivery times by keeping all the parts ready and taking time only for the final assembly. By optimizing final assembly times, manufacturers can deliver customized goods relatively quicker than if they were using the make-to-order strategy.

Get a Quote Now
close slider

    Get a Quote Now

    What services can we assist you with?