The awards competition is stiff, as you can see for yourself in this slide show. From a biobased pedestrian bridge to a boat that is made of 80% renewable materials, these companies and researchers have found opportunities to innovate on land and sea.
“Recruiting employees with relevant skills and experience is an industry-wide challenge,” said CEO Ed Holland. “We’re stepping up recruiting efforts, investing in training and promoting our existing staff to fulfill the expectations of our suppliers and customers.”
The event is designed to provide medical device engineers with the latest technical information on medical polymers, compounding technology, material selection and design as well as regulatory requirements.
Tom Flannery, Business Development Director, Injection Molding & Assembly, shares insights on the company’s vision and the opportunities and challenges it faces as a supplier to the medical device industry.
Automotive and medical applications increasingly call for tighter tolerances, requiring suppliers to perform their own testing. Tensile testing is commonly used, and represents an integral input to quality control.