Disposable Medical Items
We are a global management consultancy working on a feasibility study to set up a factory to manufacture disposable medical items – disposable iv tubes, breathing circuits and breathing masks and surgical gowns.
Require a technical expert for this study to understand the market for these items in the middle east and provide us with the expertise to understand the manufacturing process, operating and capital expenditure cost for equipment. +undefined Other Responses
Life Science Human Resources & Rpo
We would like to talk to current or former hr executives (i.E. Vp of human resources or talent management) in life sciences companies with 500+ employees for a paid phone consultation.
The qualifications would be those who have used a recruitment process outsourcing service provider in order to understand the perspective of buyers of rpo services.
Please respond with your relevance to this request and some availability windows in the next week.+undefined Other Responses
Injection Molded Plastics For Medical Disposables
***please note: this is a resubmitted inquiry. If you already replied to the first one, you may very well be selected and there is no need to reply again. The reason we are resubmitting is because we want to expand the pool of expert replies from experts closer to: " ideal is polymer injection molding experience for medical devices that interacts with companies like p&g, j&j, pfizer, eli lily, etc."
also note: zintro will pay a generous referral fee if you refer someone that is selected for the projects. If interested or if you have any questions, please email support@zintro.Com .***
we are researching the customized injection molding plastics space, specifically serving medical and consumer end markets.
Injection molding plastics can be complicated by shooting multiple materials successively, and adding other components in the machine to create a fully integrated part made of multiple materials.
These companies produce components such as inhalers, epipens, syringes, etc. For medical companies (e.G. Eli lily, j&j, pfizer), and customized, rigid components for makeup, detergent, and food products (for p&g, unilever, etc.) that are differentiated from the standard packaging for 75%+ of all products in the category.
We are looking to speak to people throughout the value chain – product designers, injection mold makers (create the mold to shoot plastic into), molders (using the mold to produce the part), and end customers (p&g, j&j, etc.).+undefined Other Responses