PEKO, a leading contract manufacturer of machinery, equipment, and major assemblies, has been named one of The Silicon Review’s 30 Most Reputable Companies of the Year for 2021. As the only contract manufacturing company on the list, The Silicon Review notes that PEKO earned its spot by standing out from other manufacturers in its ability to engage in accurate and safe manufacturing processes while also addressing a multitude of challenges present in today’s global market. Specifically, the publication points to PEKO’s New Production Introduction engineering group as a major differentiator and asset to customers.
This segment tackles common problems seen by new product teams like resource constraints at early-stage manufacturing and the ability to properly prepare the product for full-rate manufacturing to help customers scale up. An added advantage is that PEKO develops processes for complex products that are difficult to build by finding engineering-based solutions to manufacture them effectively and efficiently.
With the increasing complexity of medical equipment, outsourcing any stage your product lifestyle can be a detrimental risk to the successful launch of your new medical device into scaled production. And for high-level jobs like those in the medical, pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries, only certain contract manufacturers are equipped to handle such a specialized task. PEKO is ISO 13485 certified and provides its customers with complete support over their entire project, working in tandem with you to ensure your success. Furthermore, utilizing our in-house manufacturing processes reduces the risk of intellectual property mishandling, late deliver, and cost overrun.
- PEKO assisted a medical startup in achieving large scale production of their ground-breaking MRI radiation scanning system by providing new product development, design engineering, quality management, prototyping, production manufacturing, sheet metal fabrication, welding, and assembly.
- PEKO also supported a leading global pharmaceutical company in the redesign and manufacture an automated medical supply dispensing and inventory management system to improve the speed at which each machine is produced and to add functionality that would help them better compete in the marketplace.