What is OEM?
Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is a term used when one company makes a part or subsystem that is used in another company’s end product. The term is used in several ways each of which is clear in context. It can refer to a part or subsystems maker, an end product producer, or an automotive part that is manufactured by the same company that produced the original part used in assembly. – Via Wikipedia
OEM are parts that are supplied to bike manufactures to use on pre-built bikes, so we don’t need the packaging that you would find on retail goods. The advantage of our OEM service is that we have nearly replaced the factories that once existed in nearly every market.
Even more we have often done a better job, at a better price, and thus come to dominate bicycle manufacturing. But not like bicycle distribution – the skills that serve the OEM well at making bikes are not what we need to sell bikes in the many and diverse markets of the world.
Thus, Jee Ann Bicycle is a role of a natural partnership of local or national brands that decide on product details, promote, advertise, distribute and support the product, but if bikes brought from us (or OEMs) rather than make them, has become the world wide norm.
Jee Ann Bicycle builds bikes for a small, or new, bicycle or e-bike brand looks for suppliers, the task seems not to difficult.
In Asia, Taiwan we are seemingly good choices.