Traceability is an important part of medical device manufacturing
Sanmina’s facility in Plovdiv, Bulgaria is the company’s newest addition to its global footprint, joining Sanmina on April 2, 2021, after an acquisition from LED-lighting maker Osram. Within just a handful of years, the team in Plovdiv was instrumental in helping Osram grow the site into a state-of-the-art factory that Sanmina found attractive to enhance… Read More »
Pina Vandersleen has been a program administrator at Sanmina Ottawa for over 15 years.
Sanmina’s facility in Ma’alot Israel offers innovation as a leading contract manufacturer , partnering with well known brands on the design and development of complex electronic products.
Journey at Sanmina Poh Hwa’s career at Sanmina Singapore has been a long and fulfilling one, with numerous promotions over the years. She began her journey at Sanmina in 1986 as a Functional Test Operator. On her first day, she remembers feeling understandably nervous, as she was new to the working world. But her positive… Read More »
Sanmina’s LSS Convention energizes employees and makes them more enthusiastic to implement processes and tools that boost our performance and fosters a culture of continuous improvement across the company
In 2022, it will be essential that manufacturing organizations embrace strategies that empower them to respond versus react to global uncertainties that may arise. Staying closely connected to what’s happening in the industry and implementing best practices that allow for flexibility, while reducing risk and ensuring quality, will be critical to meeting customer needs and maintaining a competitive edge.
Please share a bit about your career background and responsibilities at Sanmina? I began my career at Alcatel in 1998 by participating in an apprenticeship program we have in Germany called Dual Education. Essentially, the company paid for my education at the University of Stuttgart and I worked at the plant when I wasn’t taking… Read More »
There are many challenges that medical device OEMs face when developing innovative medical devices. They only have a small window of time to complete a design, advance it to the prototype and NPI stages, start production and receive all required regulatory approvals. They must do all of this faster than the competition. Add to the… Read More »
Every manufacturer needs to take into account what’s happened over the past few years and be prepared with multiple alternatives so that they can continue delivering products to their customers.