Once production has begun, and is in full-effect, a great CM will have a team of experienced, competent and trained individuals to carry out the assembly and integration. These trained professionals will be supported by their supervisors, tools and techniques, along with a manufacturing system that ensures the team's success. For most programs, the technicians will be trained specifically for the product, while the tools and workstations will be optimized for optimum build quality and efficiency. PEKO's team works tirelessly to use efficient and effective techniques for customers' assembly processes.
Giving another company the green light to manufacture your new technology is daunting. Especially when sharing your company's sensitive information to a Contract Manufacturer that doesn't have the proper Intellectual Property regulations in place. To save yourself from costly legal battles, and the fear of another company stealing your technology, make sure that you work with a Contract Manufacturer that is committed to IP protection.
You've done it! You've created a new technology that will disrupt its industry once it hits the market. But there are a few minor setbacks: since you've just successfully pieced your technology together you know that you'll have to get in front of a Contract Manufacturer in order to make the hundreds, or even thousands, that you plan on hitting the market with. But just how much design engineering will you need from your future CM once you find one?
Companies begin seeking assistance in manufacturing once they've developed a new machinery or equipment product line with the newest industry leading technology. The machinery itself is usually beautiful, functional and these companies expect the market demand to soar. Within a short period of time said companies expect sales to surpass dozens or hundreds of units to an eager customer base domestically and internationally, but there is just one major problem: How will these companies produce their "next big thing?"
Many of the customers who have walked through our doors have one simple question in mind: "How will my project fit into the this company, and will they have enough resources to give my project the time that it needs?" The manufacturing capacity of an organization is the "make-it" or "break-it" of a company's ability to sustain and meet the aggressive deadlines within the manufacturing industry. Having established robust and up-to-date practices ensure that products will make it to the end-user when agreed upon.
Your company just invented new technology that is going to disrupt its industry. The only issue? Figuring out how you're going to move forward with its manufacturing. Thankfully, there's Contract Manufacturers available who are ready to take over the management of your project.
Topics: Contract Manufacturing
Any company can claim to have experience in design engineering, but if that company doesn’t have any experience on the manufacturing side of things, then there really is no hard evidence that your machine can even be manufactured. Apart from manufacturing experience, how can you rest assured that a Contract Manufacturer will be able to execute your break-through technology?
There's Benefits in Purchasing Higher Level Assemblies
Purchasing managers and their counterparts have days filled with tedious activities which include supplier evaluations, plant visits, contract negotiation, Engineering fiascoes, all while maintaining database records. The more suppliers and parts that a purchasing department is managing leads to a more cumbersome workload with endless tasks that need to be accomplished.
PEKO is proud to announce a new industry we've recently served on our website: The Communications Industry. After proving to be an authority in the Communications Industry by executing the contract manufacturing for several projects within the industry, new details can be found on our website. Whether it's 5G, RF, Radar, Satellite or IoT, our experience with innovative technologies can bolster any OEM looking to commercialize products in the Communications market.
Do you have machinery or equipment that you need manufactured? Or, maybe you have some major mechanical equipment that needs to be assembled. Or maybe it’s just the beginning of a break-through idea that you have, but you need some more help with the engineering & design. Perhaps you just can't justify building a full-functioning factory. Whatever the reason may be, if you're looking to outsource, knowing where to turn to may be overwhelming. We're here to help.