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A trademan's life

On the back of the mining boom it's finally cool to be a tradie again - and thank goodness because I can't think of anything worse than being a desk jockey! The trick to earning big dollars at the moment isn't having a fancy law degree - it's being good with your hands and able to to fix and maintain any industrial equipment. Everyday is a new challenge in this job, with new problems coming up all the time. You'll never get bored! This site has loads of tips and tricks on maintain common and uncommon industrial and mining equipment.

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Services Every Manufacturing Services Company Should Offer for One Stop Contracting

If you are a contractor, then using manufacturing services is nothing new. However, you may currently be using several different manufacturing companies to meet the needs of your projects. If this is the case, you may be shopping for a one stop servicing option in your area. The trick is to know what you are looking for and what the manufacturing services company should offer. Here are several services that a true one stop manufacturing service should offer to your company.

Testing Solutions

One key manufacturing service that your contract could benefit from is testing solutions. Testing solutions can help validate that a new product or option is working before it hits the manufacturing and development floor. This process is usually part of a much larger process that begins with development, works through installation, and runs a test on the installed product.  This is something your client, or that you as a contractor, may have had completed off-site or by another firm in the past. A one stop manufacturing service company will offer this as part of their normal menu options.

 On-Site Assembly

Another key feature that a one stop manufacturing service should offer is the ability to have on-site assembly of your developed product. This assembly will allow the manufacturing services quality control and testing department to work with your current engineering team as the product is being assembled. This puts an entire team of developers on your product to look for issues during the assembly process that may cause quality breakdown or for your assembly lines to shut down during manufacturing. They can then fix these issues before they hit the full assembly line and cost your contract or client lost time and money.

Innovative Upgrades

There are some manufacturing contracts that use the same methods over years, but that hit a point where the manufacturing solutions aren't working. If you are a foreman on this type of project, then one of the manufacturing services you should be looking for in a one stop solutions are innovative upgrades. You want a manufacturing services company that can work with your current product and development and move to new and innovative upgrades that speed production or increase product quality.

Having innovating upgrades combined with testing solutions, troubleshooting of product issues, and on-site manufacturing assembly will give you a well-rounded answer to your current manufacturing and production service needs. If you are ready to find a manufacturing services company that offers everything you need in one service contract, contact a local services company, such as A1Anco Engineering. They can give you a menu of their services, discuss pricing, and develop a contract that would work for you.