All Sodura furniture is made in the USA.
For many years I was in the outsourcing business. I worked with many different kinds of companies that performed work in various fields, from call centers to tech support to furniture manufacturing. I worked with them from the powerful position of a Fortune 100 company to the more humble position of importing for a small family business, and there were only minor differences in the process. I can’t tell you what a frustrating experience it was to work with Asian companies, and it all stems from a couple of main differences. The Asian manufacturer’s main objective is to cut as many costs as possible, and this is always counter to the objective of the Western company doing the outsourcing, whose objective is to produce a product that will meet their customers’ expectation. The final user’s experience or concern is of little consequence to the Asian manufacturer. This is one of the primary reasons we have chosen to produce all of our products in the US, where we can produce exactly the kind of product that we think will exceed our customers expectation. Our objective is not to produce the a product that has cut every corner possible, and instead we’re about the highest quality and customer experience.