Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, May 24, 2018
As a medical device manufacturer, you understand the importance of quality. You’re products have to meet strict quality regulations because they impact the end user’s wellbeing. Depending on your product, it could even save a person’s life. If your products don’t meet quality standards, they could lead to regulatory issues for your company or have an adverse health effect on patients.
Of course, you also have to meet profitability expectations. As important as quality is, you have to stay within budget so you have the margins and capital to continue production and fuel your company’s growth.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, May 3, 2018
Looking for a new packaging company for your medical device product? There’s no shortage of packagers out there who claim to be medical device experts. However, just because a company says they can handle your job, doesn’t mean they’re the right partner for you.
How can you know which packager you should choose? Do you go with the lowest price? Or do you do the opposite and choose the highest price under the assumption that will lead to better quality and service? Should you go with the global company or the smaller local vendor?
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Apr 26, 2018
In the market for a packaging company for your medical products? As you know, the medical device industry is heavily regulated. Those regulations are important because they ensure device quality and protect patients’ health.
Even if you produce high-quality devices that comply with all rules and regulations, your ability to control what happens to the product between the time it leaves your facility and arrives at its final destination is limited. If the packaging isn’t high-quality, the quality of your products could suffer.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Apr 12, 2018
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Apr 5, 2018
The right solution to your challenge can only be created by fully understanding the need. Deufol combines the power of our Machine and Engineering Center with the skills of our Kaizen/Lean Continuous Improvement team guaranteeing quality, speed, and cost-efficiency is delivered.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Mar 29, 2018
In manufacturing and on production floors around the world, Lean and Kaizen practices have become commonplace. We have found that it doesn’t stop at the end of a production line or assembly process. In fact, it’s critical to consider the value that can be found in your packaging and preparation for it’s most critical trip – to the end user.
When it comes to export and industrial packaging, the word “lean” is often used to describe objectives. Many companies want lean packaging processes that reduce waste and boost margins. Others may literally want lean packaging that uses few materials, meets sustainability goals and provides critical protection.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Mar 22, 2018
Do you have a new military packaging job on your hands? Are you lost attempting to interpret the details of MIL-STD-2073? Have you been searching for the best partner to lead you through the process and help you get paid quickly?
Being a military packaging newcomer can be overwhelming, especially when trying to decipher unfamiliar military codes and government contracts on your own. Without knowledge and guidance, it is all too easy to end up down a long and costly path. A path where your product is held up for an unexpected number of months, a path where your package fails and your company is tagged by the government, or even a path where you ultimately don’t get paid for your goods.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Mar 15, 2018
There are plenty of packaging companies that claim to be military experts. But how many of them are really qualified to meet your needs and help you maximize your military opportunity?
If you’re struggling with that question, you’re not alone. That’s the question many companies face after they become a military contractor. You probably have a packaging process in place, either through an in-house solution or via an outside contractor.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Mar 8, 2018
As an industrial company, you’re used to managing big projects. Whether it’s manufacturing high-quality products for your customers or installing industrial components on job sites, project management is a critical factor in your success.
An industrial plant relocation, though, is its own kind of large-scale project. It can bring your business to a grinding halt and it can expose your products, inventory, and machinery to a wide range of risks. A plant relocation has many components and stages, and if any phase goes off track, it could threaten the project’s outcome.
Posted by Bill Morgan on Thu, Mar 1, 2018
A move to a new facility is usually a milestone event for an industrial company. Your new plant may provide greater production capacity, allowing you to fulfill more orders and scale your business. It could give you more efficient access to labor, logistics partners, and shipping channels, helping you optimize your distribution and supply chains.
Of course, you have to get through the actual relocation before you can reap the benefits. The process of moving to a new plant can be a logistical nightmare for an industrial company. You have to package inventory and supplies and perhaps disassemble machinery. You have to transport everything to the new facility. And you have to do all this while continuing to fulfill orders for your customers.
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