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With more than 20 years of experience building creative design, manufacturing and fulfillment solutions for OEMs, we are proud to have many customer success stories to share.

Each of our customers has unique needs, so please contact us and we’ll provide you with the case studies that are most relevant for your business objectives.

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Case Study: One Real-Life Situation

A well-established US-based Medical Device OEM known for customer focus and innovation came to Creation with a need.

With millions of dollars invested in R&D and billions of dollars in annual revenues on the line, the company needed an EMS partner with flexible delivery solutions and high reliability.

Solution

Solution

Leveraged Creation Technologies’ full suite of design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions to continue delighting its customers with premium quality and technology, while reducing inventory levels and time-to-volume.

Results

Results

- Product development timeline shortened
- Product redesigned to meet environmental compliance requirements for Medical Devices
- Flexible delivery model optimized through Tailored Product Supply
- Satisfied end-customer audits through ISO 13485- and FDA-approved design and manufacturing controls

Contact us to learn more about this case study and specifically which customer experienced these results.

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