OnCore Manufacturing Services is leading the way in regionalization and understands how to use this as asourcing strategy for the companies they do work for each year. Learn why original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are changing the way they do business. They are turning to building ‘in-region and for-region’ to avoid “parts tourism.” Not everyone is familiar with regionalization or understands what it means. This article will help clear these things up.
Prior to the recession in 2009, many companies in the United States chose companies in China for manufacturing. Since that time, however, OnCore Manufacturing Services and other US companies have moved manufacturing to Mexico because Mexico’s total-landed cost is often lower than China.
Companies interested in medical device manufacturing want to be sure the products they receive are well-made and meet the compliance requirements and highest quality standards of the industry. A patient’s needs are a medical electronics company’s first priority, especially when they manufacture the equipment that can greatly affect a person’s health and well-being.
OnCore Manufacturing Services provides electronics contract manufacturing assistance with wireless machine control equipment. In fact, if your company needs help with wireless machine control equipment, it makes sense to turn to an electronics manufacturing service (EMS) that has the experience and ability beginning with product design and ending with deploying networks.
Has your company been looking for an electronics manufacturing service (EMS) provider to work with on a specific product? For businesses looking for a complete solution when outsourcing is necessary, look to local electronics manufacturing companies like OnCore Manufacturing Services. The following will explain what to look for when outsourcing electronics fits within your business plans.
Technology changes rapidly and manufacturing costs for products continue to rise. It makes more sense to turn to electronics manufacturing services sources as the chief component suppliers for the manufacturing industry. They act as strategic manufacturing partners to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) by supplying a wide range of services. These include product design services, new product introduction services, logistics and fulfillment and volume manufacturing. They may also assist with post-manufacturing services including warranty and repair.
Anyone interested in finding medical device manufacturing in California's Bay Area can turn to Silicon Valley and OnCore Manufacturing Services to find the products you need. You can be sure that the products you receive will meet all compliance requirements and the highest standards set forth by the industry. Our clients' needs are among our first considerations. We want to be sure the products they need are manufactured according to the demanding requirements of the medical electronics industry.
Electronics Manufacturing Companies, as well as other manufacturers, are worried about the environmental impact caused by the manufacturing process specifically as related to using toxic heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury and others. These concerns have caused manufacturers to increase the care they take while producing manufactured products. It has also led regulatory authorities try to improve ways of reducing the environmental impact caused by potentially hazardous wastes from electrical equipment and electronics. It is, therefore, important to provide lead-free and Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) electronics manufacturing services to OEM customers which are fully compliant. Offering these services has become commonplace to most manufacturing services companies.
To be competitive among process manufacturers, it is important to know how to develop new products quickly. Then, once the product has been developed, it is equally important to produce the new products efficiently while maintaining all requirements by regulatory organizations. OnCore Manufacturing Services can accomplish this by improving product lifecycle management.
We reduce the cycle required to take a product from ideation to volume production. Also known as reducing product commercialization, this process converts ideas and research into prototypes that can be manufactured at lower cost while launching quickly. We will work with you to reduce the time it takes to develop a new product, improve the process of receiving bids and purchasing needed supplies, as well as producing the right volume of product needed.
The push for high profitability and efficiency is important for companies. You can improve your bottom line and competitiveness by focusing on these five tips for effective supply chain management.
Having the right suppliers can make a huge difference in effective supply chain management. You may not be able to purchase the right materials at a reasonable price point. As a contract management firm, we are able to aggregate the cost for materials across several customers, which means we can pass those savings on to you.
Electronic manufacturing services (EMS), also known as contract manufacturing (CM), describes companies that provide electronic design services, supply-chain management, manufacturing, test, distribution and repair services primarily of electronic components, sub-assemblies and finished products. Increasingly contract manufacturers are integrating sub-assemblie manufactured by multiple suppliers including other CMs. With increasingly complex supply-chains the attributes of an CM you choose to assist with manufacturing or repairing electronic components, become more important including the CM’s professionalism, timeliness and results. Continue reading to determine why each of these traits is so important.
When choosing an EMS (Electronic manufacturing services) provider to build your product the EMS provider’s ability and willingness to create a solution tailored to your company’s size and your product’s requirements is your most critical decision criteria. Large CMs may have a wide array of capabilities but little flexibility in applying them to your needs. Smaller CMs handle fewer customers and so can be very flexible in meeting your requirements but not have the capabilities to fulfill the requirements.