Baril is proud to support The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center’s Internship Challenge by providing internships for college students and recent graduates considering career opportunities in the life sciences.
MLSC is a workforce development program focused on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in life sciences by expanding the pool of prospective employees who have practical experience, enhancing opportunities for mentoring, and providing to students interested in working in the life sciences a peer network through educational and informational networking events.
We’ll be exhibiting at MD&M East, June 13-15, booth 656. If you are planning to attend, please take the opportunity to stop by our booth and challenge us with your toughest design, production or timing issues. To schedule an appointment during the show, please contact Neil Muchin, our VP of Sales, at 510-772-0433, or at:
Six strategies for helping manufacturers more accurately assess the total costs of offshore vs. onshore production.
The Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Estimator is a free online tool that helps companies account for all relevant factors to determine the true total cost of offshore production. Check it out…we’ll be happy to help you assess if moving production back to the US makes economic sense for you.
Interesting article from Medical Design Technology highlights the issues and concerns medical device manufacturers have when making outsourcing decisions. A survey conducted among their readers shows that ease of communications, higher quality, lower shipping costs and IP protection are factors that make U.S.-based contract manufacturers highly appealing vis-a-vis international vendors. Click to read
To meet increasing demand from wound care and other medical product customers, Baril has doubled its clean room manufacturing capacity in its Haverhill, Massachusetts facility. The new, Class 8 clean room will be used primarily for wound care manufacturing but will also be available for other product categories where stringent control of potential contamination is required during manufacturing.
With almost 20 years of technical sales experience, Keith is a great addition to the Baril sales team. For the past 8 years, he has focused on the sale of contract converting services to the medical and consumer products marketplaces. Keith’s industry knowledge, technical expertise and commitment to providing great customer service make him a great fit as we continue to grow our business with Medical OEMs in wound care, patient monitoring, wearable sensors and other medical markets. Keith will be concentrating his efforts on our mid-west territory.
Learn about three high-risk aspects of new product project planning that are frequently mishandled, often with disastrous consequences for target launch dates.