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Example 4

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A new customer in the medical device industry designed and developed a Closed System Transfer Device.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row type=”container”][vc_column][vc_column_text]


Assembly design had flaws

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Pioneer stepped in and provided many solutions to the problems they were facing:

Fabricated multi-cavity (4-16 cavities) Class 102 production tooling within 8 months (10 tools)

Validated molding and assembly processes in 16 months

Developed automation from semi-auto to full automation to minimize human error, and to scale up to the customers forecasted demands

Leveraged Pioneer’s relationships/connections to get a +30% reduction in material cost by sourcing inserts from medical suppliers.

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Exceeded customers production output requirements

Validated the molding and assembly ahead of schedule

Reduced purchased component costs by 30%

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