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Manufacturing service targets non technical businesses

Manufacturing services targets non technical businesses
Manufacturing services targets non technical businesses

Marl Manufacturing has announced a 'concept to manufacturing' service for businesses which need to introduce a technology based product but don't have the resources in house.

The company says the service goes beyond the scope of sub contract manufacturing and covers electronic design, layout, prototyping and full production. It is targeted at businesses in leisure, medicine, safety and security sectors.

"A great many businesses are finding that their competitive position can be greatly improved by adding an electronic control element or a display user interface to their products," commented Marl International md Adrian Rawlinson. "We can literally take a drawing on the back of an envelope, and work in partnership with business management through the steps of turning that idea into a workable design, building a prototype and taking it into production."

The company says that as the entire process is conducted at its UK facility, it can offer fast turnaround on small volumes as well as match offshore manufactured price levels on higher volumes.

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Simon Fogg

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