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Contract Manufacturer Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of contract manufacturers. Utilize our website to review and source contract manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate contract manufacturers that will provide contract manufacturing services for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading contract manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right company whether you are looking for contract manufacturing resources, contract manufacturing products, or information on the contract manufacturing process.

  • Lake City, MN

    At PMI Pepin Manufacturing, we provide contract manufacturing services for the consumer, industrial, medical, defense and aerospace industries. We take you from prototype to finished product, with packaging, sheeting, screen printing, high-speed die cutting and more. ISO-13485, EN46002 & CE certified.

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  • Woodbury, MN

    AVEKA Group is a contract manufacturing and research & development company that focuses on particle technology taking clients from concept to production. Whether you require lab scale samples or full-scale production, we have technologies, processes, and manufacturing capabilities to provide solutions for chemical, medical, food and pharmaceutical contract manufacturing applications among others.

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  • Pleasant Prarie, WI

    Since 1967, Kirsan Engineering has specialized in the designing, prototyping, production, and contract manufacturing of precision-machined components. Aerospace contract manufacturing, petroleum, military and medical contract manufacturing are some of the duties we perform. We are an ISO 9001:2000 registered company. To learn more, contact us today and speak with a Kirsan Engineering representative.

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  • Little Shute, WI

    Performance Complete Metal Solutions has been dedicated to serving the industry since our founding in 1995. We work to make sure that our customers receive top-of-the-line customer service when it comes to contract manufacturing services. We work to maintain a high standard of excellence. For more information on how we can better serve you today, give us a call!

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  • Southampton, PA

    CW Industries is well-versed in pharmaceutical contract manufacturing. We put customer satisfaction at a high priority. We measure our success by your success which means you are guaranteed to receive top-notch items. Our company has a proven history of manufacturing high quality pharmaceutical items. If you would like to learn more information then please give one of our representatives a call today!

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Traps to Avoid While Choosing Contract Manufacturers for a Company

When it comes to selecting a contract manufacturer to carry out your manufacturing it is important to take many different factors into account. There are many myths out there when it comes to selecting the perfect contract manufacturer for your company. Contract manufacturing is a progression that institutes an agreement between two entities, usually business to business. The idea is that one company is a manufacturer and upon entering the agreement they are to manufacture (although sometimes they handle ordering and shipping details as well) unique parts or materials for... Read More

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Contract Manufacturers

Contract manufacturers produce specially designed products for another company. Although the buying company does not actually manufacture the product, their name appears on the finished product when it is sold. In this kind of transaction, the second company is referred to as the OEM, or original equipment manufacturer.

Contract manufacturers are often used when an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) needs assistance with their manufacturing process. This is a practice often called outsourcing. Outsourcing can be beneficial for both companies involved. The outsourced firm can be a company in the same country as the OEM, but often times it is a foreign company. Sometimes the OEM is not a manufacturing company or does not physically make the product being outsourced. By purchasing the product from contract manufacturers, the OEM saves money on engineering, infrastructure and assembly costs. In recent years, the global economy has seen more and more OEMs looking to foreign contract manufacturers to manufacture their products. Although many people think of outsourcing as the process of buying products from a company outside of the country, contract manufacturing actually includes any transaction where an OEM has its product manufactured by another company. Companies in the aerospace, computer, telecommunication, energy, automotive, medical, military and electronic industries utilize contract manufacturing to produce devices that are needed on a daily basis. A few types of contract manufacturing are CNC machining, complex assembly, grinding and aluminum die casting.


Contract manufacturing is many benefits. The amount of money saved is tremendous because the hiring company does not need to pay for a facility or the equipment. They also are not in charge of training, managing and paying a labor force. Many companies look to less developed countries for their inexpensive labor costs. Another benefit is the contract, often lasting between three and five years. This guarantees steady work and revenue for the hired company. Contract manufacturers have many specialized skills that the hiring company does not possess and are likely to already have business relationships with suppliers, production efficiencies that include quality control and quality assurance processes. The final benefit of contract manufacturing is the ability of both companies to focus on their core competencies. Contract manufacturing has its disadvantages as well. As soon as the OEM signs the contract it loses control over the manufacturing and quality of the product. This is why it is important to have a good relationship with the other company in the contract. Another disadvantage is the potential of losing your intellectual property because you are allowing others to see your formulas and technologies. Another risk of outsourcing, especially to foreign manufacturers, is the difference of time, language and cultures as well as long lead times.

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Contract Manufacturers – GSH Industries, Inc.
Contract Manufacturers – Signal and Power Delivery Systems, Inc.
Contract Manufacturers –Remaly Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Contract Manufacturers
Contract Manufacturers
Contract Manufacturers
Contract Manufacturers – GSH Industries, Inc.
Contract Manufacturers –Remaly Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Contract Manufacturers – Remaly Manufacturing Company, Inc.