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HOW TO PRECISELY MANUFACTURE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE IN HIGH VOLUMES

HOW TO PRECISELY MANUFACTURE HIGH VOLUMES

Introduction

The Consumer Healthcare market has gone from innovative strength to strength in recent years, but never has the need for precise high-volume manufacturing been so apparent. The expected standards of quality and cost-effective production that you once assumed within the Advanced Wound Care Device Market alone are now to be equally matched to that of Consumer Healthcare. Why should you have to sacrifice quality when volumes grow?

the problem

Our client presented us with a need for the high-volume manufacture of cold sore dressings, that needed to be manufactured in the UK to match demand. Within the manufacture of this dressing, there needed to be a focus on having a cost-effective solution that did not affect quality as this was of the upmost importance.

the solution

To keep costs at a minimum and maximise daily production, we designed a process that would enable maximum usage and efficiency of the material width within the machine. This meant that we could produce to the volumes required (5,000,000/month) and at a highly competitive cost in this market.

the Result

Our experienced research & development team were able to revisit and simplify the design of the cold sore dressing to ensure maximum material and machine efficiency throughout the manufacturing process. The material efficiencies made through the layout and design of the product allowed us to maintain the product quality and not reduce product performance for the final user, whilst also allowing our client to remain highly price competitive within the market.

For an overview of the Consumer Healthcare applications we can manufacture for you, please click here.

For an example of how we can provide full end-to-end medical device manufacturing solutions for you, including the optimization of client output and the end-user delivery, please click here

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