Now more than ever, a common question that many Medical Device Manufacturers that want to produce and sell medical machinery, equipment, instruments, and other medical devices ask themselves is “how will I make my product?”
The investment involved with setting up an entire manufacturing operation is an enormous barrier to making the OEM product in house. Inevitably, the answer for many companies is simply to find the right medical contract manufacturer. But landing on that square is just the beginning.
The next question you’ll probably ask is “how do I find a contract manufacturer for my medical device?” PEKO is here to help answer this question by compiling a list of common considerations.
We’ve spoken with hundreds of industry professionals – program managers, manufacturing managers, engineers, and sourcing specialists – who have evaluated contract manufacturing for their medical equipment and are ready to share some insight with this guide.
Important factors for choosing the right contract manufacturer are specific to any company indeed, but this checklist will give you a great head start during your own due diligence. This guide highlights and expands on 5 major categories: program partnership, onboarding, production, engineering, and company.
The journey of choosing a contract manufacturer for your medical device project will take weeks or months, but by utilizing this guide you can choose the right partner to guarantee successful production of your equipment.