No this is the opposite of how things work. Tyne bridges used to be made a handful at a time in a local workshop in Sweden. Not there made by the hundred in Asia somewhere. Strandbergs have been made in Indonesia for years now, longer than anywhere ender but Sweden. They've gotten over any tooling costs at this point. Cutting edge is only expensive in small batches. It's only risky at the start. This has got to be what, the 5th year of Indobergs?