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STERISYS Solutions and Services
| By STERISYS
Please download this free company brochure for more on STERISYS.
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Autoinjectors From Planning to Launch
| By SHL Group
Injectable drug delivery devices such as pen injectors and autoinjectors show a significant growth potential in the future. This white paper focuses on the development process of an autoinjector project from planning to launch and best practices on how to prepare for and address potential challenges along the way.
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Specialised Project & Technology Transfer- Laboratory Equipment & Automated Systems
| By SHL Group
A US-based company dedicated to developing intelligent inspection solutions and equipment for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries wanted to partner with an established manufacturer, possessing design and engineering capabilities as well as appropriate in-house quality systems. With lab equipment that finds defects in medical syringes, vials, cartridges, test tubes, and other medical containers, it was vital for the manufacturing partner to have ISO13485 and ISO9001 quality systems in place.
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Complex Module Manufacturing – IC testing Devices
| By SHL Group
An established manufacturer of Integrated Circuit (IC) testing equipment from Germany was following a global sourcing initiative and needed to search for a suitable supplier in Asia that had experience in manufacturing and offered strong production capabilities. Sustaining high quality manufacturing in an environment with established quality systems was vital to the manufacturer and became one of the key determining factors when choosing the right supplier.
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Specialised Project & Technology Transfer – Precision Neurosurgical Equipment
| By SHL Group
An established manufacturer of Integrated Circuit (IC) testing equipment from Germany was following a global sourcing initiative and needed to search for a suitable supplier in Asia that had experience in manufacturing and offered strong production capabilities. Sustaining high quality manufacturing in an environment with established quality systems was vital to the manufacturer and became one of the key determining factors when choosing the right supplier.
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Supply Chain Management – Surface Mount Technology & Solar Cell Manufacturing
| By SHL Group
A leading provider of screen printing equipment located in the UK with an established presence in China was looking for a manufacturing partner that was capable of taking over their supply chain management while maintaining international quality standards. With markets largely located in Asia, the company hoped to find a partner within the region that not only possessed the key manufacturing capabilities required, but one that could also offer western style management to ensure that the technology transfer would go smoothly.
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Merger Between Phillips and Medisize
| By Phillips-Medisize
On hearing the news of the merger between Phillips and Medisize, a number of keywords sprung to mind, such as Euro-US transatlantic cooperation, what a great idea and why didn’t they do it earlier? What I didn’t expect was that the new logo would be everywhere at MD&M West, including on the room key of the Marriot hotel at the Anaheim Convention Center.
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Tailor-Made Products Meet Healthcare Market's Needs
| By Bluestar Silicones
Medical device makers are seeking new material solutions to inhibit bacterial growth and combat the increase in cases of hospital-borne infections. Factors such as the increasing number of hospital acquired infection (HAI) cases and insurance carriers such as Medicare and Medicaid adjusting their coverage policies have lead to greater use of antimicrobial coated medical devices. The impetus on hospitals to reduce the likelihood of these infections is pushing medical device makers to explore new antimicrobial solutions. As a result, antimicrobial additive alternatives including those for silicones are poised for strong growth over the next several years.
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Innovative Medical Adhesives Simplify and Improve Fastening in Medical Devices
| By Master Bond
Today's adhesives are the prescription for improving joint design and speeding assembly of disposable and reusable medical devices. Please download this free white paper to find out more.
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Medisize Brochure
| By Phillips-Medisize
Please download this free brochure to find out more about Medisize's airway management solutions, drug delivery devices, primary pharmaceutical packaging, and medical and diagnostic devices.
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Liquida Range
| By Phillips-Medisize
PET containers with PP 28mm thread and special drop-free pouring neck. Please download this free white paper for technical data on this product.
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PE-Eye Dropper Systems
| By Phillips-Medisize
The bottles are produced and sealed in PE-bags under cleanroom condition (ISO class 8 with laminar flow class 5). Please download this free white paper for technical data.
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Medisize Bag Manufacturing Capabilities
| By Phillips-Medisize
Medisize is the specialist developer and contract manufacturer of sterile containment systems with particular expertise in multi chamber bags and peelable seal technology. Medisize supplies a range of flexible containers solely for the healthcare industry.
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Skin-Friendly Silicone
| By Bluestar Silicones
Advance wound care products represent a $4.9 billion global market and competition in this sector is rapidly increasing. Many believe silicone gels will be the material of choice for advanced wound dressings going into the future. For more information please download this free white paper.
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