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Synecco to Exhibit at Dublin Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference

Synecco to Exhibit at Dublin Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference
January 16
13:40 2017

Synecco, a global supplier of contract manufacture and design solutions for the medical device market, will be exhibiting in Dublin at the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition held on January 31st 2017.

Founded in 2004, Synecco offer a broad range of services to suit client’s needs including: design and engineering, component manufacture and assembly, as well as supply chain management. Synecco have a diverse commercial client portfolio, from large multinational companies to cutting edge high potential start-ups and is fully compliant to industry standard ISO 13485 and is a U.S. FDA registered contract manufacturer.

Synecco deliver key strategic advantages for their clients in the market place through:

  • Commercially attractive products – by designing the most desirable products and line extensions through medical device design excellence
  • Maximised margins – through efficient production and effective supply chain management
  • Strategic relationships – through long-term strategic commitments to client growth and profitability needs

Synecco’s experienced team together with their end-to-end design, development and manufacturing approach seamlessly integrates the complete supply chain to give clients a sustainable competitive market advantage.

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