How To Find A Reliable Electronic Manufacturing Company

How To Find A Reliable Electronic Manufacturing Company

Publish Date:2016-10-26 17:18:33 Clicks: 55

Is your business in need of a reliable electronic manufacturing company? Although you have plenty of third party companies that would be interested in getting your business, there are some that are more qualified than others. So how can you tell the difference? It's actually easier than you may think. By following these 10 simple steps, you can find an excellent contract manufacturer with total confidence. 

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How to Find a Reliable Electronic Manufacturing Company in 9 Easy Steps

1. Read reviews & check references

Customer opinion is the truest testament to the the quality and reliability of an electronics manufacturing company. It's smart to take the time to go online and find out what other clients have to say about your prospective manufacturing partner. In addition to this, feel free to ask the contractor to supply you with references. Ask these references about the types of projects they have hired the contractor for, their satisfaction with the work, turnaround times, and their likelihood to offer their return business.

2. Ask about industry experience

Next, it's important to learn about what type of industry experience the contractor actually has. How many years has the company been in business? How many years of combined experience do its employees posses? What are their hiring requirements? Finding out the type of knowledge and skill that the contractor demands of its team will signify its level of professionalism and reliability.

3. Discover the contractor's exact abilities

You can't make the decision to work with an electronic manufacturing contractor if you don't have a comprehensive idea of what it is that they can do for you. Ask, in detail, about the services that they have to offer. In addition to the actual manufacture of PCBs and other electronics, you may discover that the contractor can help you with the design process, with repairs, etc.

4. Ask to see samples of current and previous work

You'll need to find out if the contract manufacturer's work meshes with what you expect. By asking to see examples of both prior and current work, you can get a more "big picture" look at the contractor's body of work so that you can make a more informed decision.

5. Insist on performance standards

Total compliance with industry standards is non-negotiable when selecting an electronic manufacturing company. Your prospect should be able to provide you with evidence that they operate legally, and compliantly.

6. Inquire about design/manufacture methods and equipment

If you're going to trust a third party to design and/or build your products, you should know what methods and equipment that they will use to do so. Ask how often the equipment is maintained or upgraded, and find out how advanced the company's processes truly are.

7. Learn about suppliers and device components

Does your contract manufacturer buy from reputable suppliers, or do they cut corners by purchasing counterfeit or bootlegged system components? This is important to know, as it can impact the quality, safety, and functionality of your products.

8. Find out about product testing

A reliable electronic manufacturing company will have testing policies in place for assembly productions. This helps to keep the standard high, and avoid the mass production of faulty or sub-standard devices.

9. Request information on fulfillment services

Some contract manufacturing contractors will leave you high and dry after initially assembling your products. Without the original design schematics or available machinery, you may find yourself unable to make repairs. Because of this, it's best to find a contractor who will stand by its devices after completion, offering repair and other fulfillment services.

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