can be defined as those manufacturers, organisations and developers that are focused on the manufacturing of components/devices utilized in vehicles.
Bill Flaherty: The broader trend is consolidation among medical technology OEMs
. With all that acquisition activity, you get some really complex supply chains.
These technologies enable remote equipment monitoring, automated service requests, technician dispatching and work order closing, which are creating new revenue streams for OEMs
by adding value to post-sale warranties.
From the OEM
perspective, it would be helpful for CPGs to convey more of their needs and variables in the production operation being planned, to help the OEMs
involved understand what's unique or different about a project, and how it all fits together rather than looking at isolated pieces.
"We announced a proposed transaction to sell our OEM
Solutions business and concurrently transfer to Symmetry Medical Inc.'s shareholders ownership in a new company holding our Symmetry Surgical business," Symmetry President/CEO Thomas Sullivan said.
Most larger medical device OEMs
typically shun smaller, specialized suppliers.
As the field levels out, suppliers have more choice of which OEMs
they want to work with.
Comparing consumer and OEM
memory devices: Looking beyond 'will it work?' helps guarantee successful embedded design.
Today, many leading contract manufacturing companies have moved to strategies focused on specific types of products or market sectors in order to provide more value to OEMs
. One of the keys for a successful partnership is choosing a contract manufacturer (CM) that matches with the OEM
's product or market sector.
* Supplier selection: Expect this to consume 2% to 10% of the OEM
's lifetime budget for the project.
Mumbai, Dec 24 (ANI/Business Wire India): To better serve its growing global OEM
business, Ocean Optics, the industry leader in miniature photonics, has formed a dedicated OEM