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Strength, reliability, fairness, and good conscience - we welcome in the Chinese New Year and the year of the Ox

This Friday, February 12th, marks the start of Chinese New Year and we thought it couldn’t be a better time to celebrate our 20 year working relationship with our friends in China. We want to wish our friends in China a very Happy New Year!

Chinese New Year is known as the Spring Festival and is the most important festival in the Chinese calendar. Celebrations last for the first fifteen days of the Chinese lunar calendar, which on the Western calendar begins sometime between January 21 and February 21, varying from year to year.

Traditions include a big clean in your home to sweep away the bad luck from the past year; decorating your home with red decorations as it is a symbol of good luck; a visit to the Chinese temple to pray for good luck; and firecrackers are set off when the New Year begins as the loud noises are thought to scare the bad spirits away. And of course, plenty of traditional Chinese dishes are consumed on New Year’s night. 

According to the Chinese zodiac, each year is associated with one of 12 zodiac animals. 2021 is the year of the Ox, the second animal in this 12-year rotation.

People in China believe that the year in which someone is born can influence personality traits, along with many other aspects of a person’s life. Strong, reliable, fair, and conscientious - these are just some of the personality traits said to be bestowed on people who are born the year of the Ox.

‘Strong, reliable, fair and conscientious’ perfectly sums up our design and contract manufacturing services. Thanks to our strong foundations in China, we can provide our customers with all the efficiencies they may not be able to accomplish on their own.

 This is thanks to the trusted supply chain we have in China, where our solid infrastructure for innovation is readily set up and continues to allow our customers to produce products in China without the hassle of being met with red tape and bureaucracy.  We are able to do all the hard work for you.

Load Cells, Die Casting, Sewn Products, Springs & Forming, Stampings and Magnetics, are just some of the products and processes Tytek Industries are experienced in producing for our customers. Our engineering staff we have in China, along with the US, allows us to make the design, development and delivery of these components with ease and efficiency. We also save our customers substantial amounts in production and product quality, along with reduced scrap rates.

All in all, our Chinese infrastructure has enabled us to provide our customers with a high quality, finished product that will see you enjoying profitable growth and development.

So, here’s wishing to a successful and more positive year in 2021 to our friends in China and for our relationship to continue to flourish!

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