I don`t think the site is terrible. It`s quite workable ... except for the copywriting. The copywriting is definitely terrible, or first class awful.
The graphics don`t bother me and I imagine that the vast majority of potential visitors couldn`t care less. The top graphic is quite nice in my opinion. But forget about the graphics for a moment: don`t your visitors want to know what this site offers? How long do you think they are willing to spend figuring it out?
The copywriting is all about what you do and not about what you offer. "Envision - Connect - Build - Succeed". I can see why this string of words appeals to you - you are the business owner - but I cannot figure out why it would appeal to your prospective customers. Perhaps a more literal approach such as "Manufacture your products overseas and save money. A lot of money." Isn`t that what you`re really offering?
From your services page: "Our Value Proposition to You". What does this mean to a customer? Your value proposition? The information is well written and presented nicely but is a bit wordy in each separate service description.
The trendy "recommend" this site to a friend is nice but really seems out of place for this type of business. Just a comment.
I think the site is fairly well done overall. It just needs a large injection of clarity and some professional copywriting. Or ... just a bit more focus perhaps. Basically you could reduce the information on the entire site to a few short snips and snaps on the front page ... and don`t forget a prominent call to action.
Great business concept, imho. Probably a real value.