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Contact

GRE North America

330 McEverRoad, Building 1

Suite 100, Gainsville, GA 40504

Tel: (770) 538-0630

sales@grena.org

GRE Hong Kong 

Unit 501, 5/F.

16 Science Park West Avenue

Phase 3, Hong Kong Science Park

Shatin, Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 2423-3332

GRE Japan

Level 21, Shiodome Shibarikyu Building 
1-2-3 Kaigan Minato-ku
Tokyo 105-0022 Japan

Tel: (81)-3-5403-6364

Supply chain & pricing

Whether our clients are bringing new products to market, relocating existing operations, or seeking to optimize their supply chain - we help enhance their overall competitiveness.


We provide competitive component-level pricing by centralizing purchases through our negotiated contracts with 2000+suppliers, and leveraging GRE's overall spend across materials & components. 

Our DFM and cost engineering services are also designed to help clients lower their total BOM costs.

Our customers also have a "dual-site manufacturing" option - to manufacture full or sub-assemblies from our China and/or Vietnam locations. This provides much needed flexibility and diversification in the face of increasing political economic threats such as the "Made in China" Tariffs. Learn more about our Vietnam-advantage here.


By working with us, clients benefit from strategic, end-to-end supply chain optimizations and lower their long term cost of ownership.

Strategic souring and procurement
  • Turn key supply chain management & strategic procurement through global network of over 2000 suppliers.

  • Professional sourcing teams based in Shenzhen China, with regional offices in Vietnam, Hong Kong & USA.

DFM and Cost engineering
  • Experience with alternative component sourcing and engineering to help lower total BOM cost.

  • Balance trade-offs in cost, quality and manufacturability through experienced DFM.

Dual Site Manufacturing (China & Vietnam) 
  • Manufacture full product or sub-assemblies from our Vietnam & China locations - whichever is more strategic

  • Build cost advantage from labor-cost differential and regional supply chain & logistics network.