If you do not intend to produce your product yourself or plan to license a product, you will need to find a manufacturer that will handle the production of your product. So whether you’re a contract manufacturing, private label sale, or partnership, you’ll need to find someone who can make your product cheaply and efficiently.
Make sure you know the manufacturing concept for your product, ie how to manufacture a product. For example, which material is needed for the product, which is the size of the product, which machines are needed, and many other issues that can determine the production method. You will have trouble finding the right manufacturer without a precise description of the production process.
Then find potential manufacturers. For example, search the internet for a trade association for production. If this fails, you can also look for fairs for your production type. Instead of contacting companies and assessing whether I can make you a product, you can contact the companies that produce the necessary product designing equipment.
For example, if your product requires special equipment, contact the manufacturers of this equipment and ask the vendor to recommend the factories that have the right equipment type. Sellers selling the equipment you need for manufacturer often give you the best contact list.
Call the companies, see if they can produce your product and get an estimate for small and medium production that is appropriate for you. This way you can see if businesses are suitable for you. Do not become discouraged if your company is refusing you. Just be persistent until you find the one who wants to work with you.