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Moving manufacturing to China: case study

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A few years back Technetix was one of the UK’s fastest-growing businesses – a fact made doubly amazing because it was a manufacturer. Today all its kit is made in China and MD Paul Broadhurst concentrates on logistics management. But this isn’t yet another article about the decline of British industrial life. It’s the way smart firms do business these days. Buying goods from China to UK

If you have cable TV, you probably have one of Broadhurst’s little black boxes in your house. He does all kinds of little black boxes – and not just for cable. When Channel 5 figured out that its signal would interfere with your video recorder, Technetix, came up with a ceramic resonator filter that solved the problem.

Here’s how his story moved on to China.

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