Sanmina cashes in on outsourcing trend
This article was originally published in Clinica
Electronics company Sanmina is one of new band of companies that is flourishing by offering a range of contracted-out services to medical device companies. The business is relatively young, at around five years old, but has already carved out a niche for itself as a one-stop shop for customers. "It is not so cost-effective to have the whole operation under one roof," said key account manager for medical applications Joakim Olsson. OEMs can "find it easier to focus on what they're good at and let others do the rest", he said during the Medica 2001 trade fair.
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