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Salt bath automation
SOGA Gallenbach GmbH
Micro vibratory grinding machines
MAW Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
Schmid Medizintechnik GmbH
Electroplating and P VD services
Heimerle + Meule GmbH
Vacuum casting
topmodellfabrik GmbH
Deburring of workpieces
OTEC Präzisionsfinish GmbH
6. Assembly
TEBIT GmbH & Co. KG - The Medical Group
Fluid management
Hermann Bantleon GmbH
Titanium colouring
Heimerle + Meule GmbH
CNC turning and CNC milling
Dipl.-Ing. Brecht GmbH
Validated deburring
Wolfgang Sixt Vertrieb von Werkzeugmaschinen
Smoothing of workpieces
OTEC Präzisionsfinish GmbH
axyprotect MED | DLC coating
AxynTeC Dünnschichttechnik GmbH
Finishing processes for tablet tools
OTEC Präzisionsfinish GmbH
Surface treatment
MAW Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH
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Services for the production and manufacture of medical devices Product portfolio and range of services in Services for the production and manufacture of medical devices in medical technology or other healthcare-related industries .

Services, contract manufacturing, contract work, extended workbench, outsourcing of processes for production, manufacture, manufacture of medical devices in the medical technology industry

While medical device companies typically excel at the concept and ideation stage, it's possible to find out-of-scope expertise in production services with contract manufacturers. These companies can produce components and entire devices for mid-sized or even startup companies. These companies vary in size and expertise, but all are equipped to handle the highest-quality medical devices. They can also manage the supply chain and oversee delivery. Here are some examples of how contract manufacturers can help medical device manufacturers.

Electronic component manufacturing: There are numerous third-party providers of a variety of medical technology-related services. Some of these services are orthopedic casting, while others focus on electronic component manufacturing. Subassembly of in vitro diagnostics is another service that can be outsourced. With a wide range of offerings available, medtech outsourcing opportunities are rapidly multiplying. But how do these companies differentiate themselves from the competition?

Mergers and acquisitions: In the past decade, medical technology production services have witnessed a trend of companies merging and acquiring to gain market share and boost their bottom line. Accellent, for example, started the first major consolidation in the medical device manufacturing industry. It gathered a group of companies that had different competencies and combined them into one. This model was a hit, and today, most major medical technology companies are working together to improve operational efficiency.

Low-cost countries: Compared to the US, many medtech companies are moving to low-cost countries to reduce costs. For example, Molex, a company owned by the Koch brothers, has expanded its manufacturing network in China and India, while Johnson & Johnson and Tecomet have less than five percent of their manufacturing network in low-cost nations. Despite the shift to outsourcing, US-based production facilities still account for 40% of worldwide FDA-registered manufacturing sites.

Changing market forces and trends are driving the evolution of medical device manufacturing. The Koch brothers, for example, are looking for ways to tap the healthcare market. In the past, the Koch brothers dominated the consumer electronics industry and focused on information technology. But now, Molex is focused on medtech manufacturing and is one of the largest privately-owned companies in the world. Formed by their success, many other well-known companies have also diversified their operations into the medical device industry.

Low-cost countries are becoming more common in the medical field. Some companies want to retrofit connectivity into their existing products, which may impact patient familiarity. Others want to develop a new product. These products often need to be flexible, thinner, and smaller than their predecessors. Additionally, OEMs are looking for their EMS partners to be able to solve manufacturing challenges. They typically use design for manufacturability and automation to ensure the best possible product.

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