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  • ChinaSavvy clinches $1.3m engineering contract

    Engineering and manufacturing company ChinaSavvy has announced a $1.3 million contract to supply components for robotic storage systems by global company, Hamilton Storage.

    British owned and managed, the China-based company markets its services to high quality ‘blue-chip’ companies worldwide, and has been commissioned to develop components for ultra low temperature robotic storage systems for pharmaceutical companies.

    Hamilton is expected to work with ChinaSavvy for future projects, as ChinaSavvy hopes the deal will emphasise the effectiveness and low-costs of manufacturing in China, according to managing director Christopher Devereux.

    “Once again we have shown that ‘China pricing’ can go hand in hand with exceptional quality and on-time deliveries,” he explained. “We are committed to ensuring that we deliver exceptional world-class engineering and manufacturing services to Hamilton Storage, to cement the business partnership and prove to them that they have taken the right business decision.”

    The search for a new manufacturing partner for Hamilton began last summer, and ChinaSavvy was described by the company as ‘unique’ within Asian vendors for the competitive pricing, ease of English communication and turnaround for quotes.

    “We see ChinaSavvy’s commitment to our project and their deep focus on sound engineering and overall product quality,” said John Genereux, director of research and development at Hamilton Storage. “Hamilton Storage looks forward to a long productive partnership with ChinaSavvy and would recommend them to other companies looking for a highly competent partner in Asia.”

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