We understand that it’s essential for the medical device contract manufacturer to be a part of every step of product lifecycle management. We’ll keep you in the loop from the initial concept and design to the final product launch.
We’ve developed a process that encompasses the contract manufacturer’s journey to success:
During the first step, we focus on establishing and building a relationship with our contract manufacturing customers. We learn your needs and goals and begin to develop a plan of action for product success.
This is when the real work begins. Through our nondisclosure agreement, we’ll privately discuss the details of your product, such as its safety and effectiveness, any gaps in your product analysis, and design manufacturing reviews. During this phase, you’ll also share any product documentation you may have. Once we have some solid research to understand your product, we’ll offer you advice on how to execute product development in a more affordable, efficient way.
This phase will give you a bigger picture of medical device development. You’ll receive a statement of work that outlines our team’s responsibilities, pricing, charts, and timelines.
Next, our team will take your product design through the proper channels to ensure it meets FDA regulations and quality system standards. Once we guarantee your product is manufacturable up to these standards, we’ll start building evidence to support it. Our engineering team will then begin implementing tools and manufacturing features that will help efficiently build your product. Our engineers then oversee testing runs and initial builds, so more research can be done to find best-practice solutions that will produce your product in the most efficient way possible.
This phase involves our commercialization team transferring the production responsibilities over to our production team. Then, the production assembly line begins. This team of experts is familiar with product design requirements, so they can develop more efficient ways to manufacture the product.
At this point, our team starts to deliver manufactured products to customers.
Product lifecycle management (PLM) is about more than just getting your product on the market. Once the product is available, there’s still consistent work to be done. You’ll undergo ongoing production, meeting customer needs, adapting to new changes, and continuing to meet FDA requirements.
Bringing any medical device to market can be a daunting process for even the most experienced manufacturer. Consider the classification, regulatory body submission, testing, and the launch of the eventual end product. But Remington Medical is here to support you and help manage all those factors.
When you provide any goods or services, consider the time to market and how to meet the demands of global supply chains. We have experience in overcoming these challenges while holding to the highest quality of manufacturing. Our team will be there in the future to keep up our standards and manage your product’s supply chain, from manufacturing to distribution.
Remington Medical has the resources to be your turnkey manufacturer. Not only can we manufacture your products, but we also offer our advice and expertise during the design phase to increase the manufacturability of your devices. This process management lowers costs, increases the adaptability of your product, and decreases time to market.
Remington Medical distributes disposable medical devices to several medical specialty fields. These include products for Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery, Oncology, Vascular Access, Urology, and General Surgery. With the capacity to take on projects of any scale and create customized products using in-house manufacturing, Remington is the partner you can trust for all your medical device needs.
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