Jabil Experts in the News is a collection of external articles that include interviews with – or were written by – Jabil employees across a broad range of topics and markets. Check back often to read the latest from Jabil’s experts.
Published on Electronics Sourcing North America, January 2017
In this interview with Electronics Sourcing North America, John Caltabiano weighs in on the impact of consolidation and expected price increases in the semiconductor industry. (pgs 26 - 28)
Published on Plastics Today, January 2017
In this interview with Plastics Today, Erich Hoch shares his thoughts on the ways in which consumer preferences are driving packaging trends. He also reveals some key takeaways from a recent survey of more than 200 packaging industry decision makers.
Published on Electronics Products & Technology (EP&T), December 2016
Today's digital economy, where customers want tailored products delivered immediately via their preferred channel, is putting enormous pressure on companies to modernize their traditional supply chains.
Published on 3DPRINT.com, December 2016
Jabil has now received North America's first two production units of the HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 printer. Brought to Jabil's San Jose, Ca. Blue Sky Center, the production units are being installed as Jabil readies for the next steps in this extensive process.
Published on LinkedIn, November 2016
Blockchain is not just a revolutionary technology. We at Radius Innovation & Development firmly believe it is a catalyst for unleashing and even accelerating innovation.
Published on LinkedIn, October 2016
On Friday last week an estimated 100,000 household Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as webcams, digital video recorders, and thermostats turned into malicious bots causing outages across 80 major websites.
Published by globalpurchasing.com, October 2016
It's no secret that the role of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers in the supply chain has evolved over the years. Today, because EMS providers handle much of the manufacturing of an OEM's equipment and buy many of the components used in those systems, OEMs want their EMS providers to manage supply chain risk, too.
Published by Plastics Technology, October 2016
Published by Medical Design Briefs, October 2016
Published by ISE Magazine, September 2016
Traditional manufacturing approaches no longer can keep pace with this dynamic new consumer-driven age. Meeting these demands will require a complete reinvention to how we approach manufacturing, and this reinvention will need to unfold on a scale that amounts to a new industrial revolution.
Published on LinkedIn, September 2016
What's the right business model for your BIG IDEA? In simpler terms, "how do you make money" with this incredible idea you have? Discover some succesful examples and learn how the right one can make or break your vision.
Published by Logistics Management, August 2016
Fred Hartung discusses in Logistics Management how Jabil gains real-time visibility and actionable insights over its massive global supply chain through the development of a dynamic, mobile platform— and earns a top spot in Gartner's annual supply chain innovation awards.
Published by EMSNow, August 2016
Despite the rise of the Intelligent Digital Supply Chain, there are a few common myths about supply chain management that still linger. These common myths about the fast-changing field of supply chain management still permeate and dominate much of the business world today.
Published by SmartIndustry, July 2016
When it comes to the challenges of managing today's global supply chains, the phrase "drinking from a fire hose" comes to mind. The Internet of Things (IoT)--that rapidly expanding, sensor-laden network of man, machine and devices--promises to fundamentally reshape supply-chain management by producing an exponentially growing stream of real-time data.
Published by Electronic Products & Technology (ept), July 2016
Rush LaSelle discusses in Electronic Products and Technology (EPT) magazine how with the rapid pace of technological innovation, the need for greater market responsiveness, and the rising cost of labor in nearly all economies, many companies are revisiting age-old manufacturing strategies. They recognize there is a growing need to introduce innovative products faster to meet customer demands while maintaining aggressive cost and quality objectives.
Published on LinkedIn, June 2016
A few weeks ago, at WITI's 22nd Annual Women in Technology Summit, Jabil's own Heather Andrus, Managing Director of our Radius Innovation & Product Development team did a fabulous keynote on Design Thinking and problem solving.
Published by Supply Chain World, June 2016
As the third-largest manufacturing services provider in the world, Jabil works to continuously improve its network optimization tools and provide its customers with the right answers for their custom supply chain challenges. "Technology is always evolving and today we have an answer for custom supply chains, but it's not good enough," says Global Supply Chain Vice President Joe McBeth. "We want to keep making it better and better. Supply chain evolution, speed and the ability to keep up with change are really the new frontiers."
Published by LogisticsBusiness IT, May 2016
Fred Hartung discusses how he believes that the supply chain of the future is already here. This belief isn't based on a gut instinct or an educated guess. In fact, it's driven by data. Data with the power to enhance logistical operations lies everywhere. But data by itself is useless - it must be analyzed in order to generate insights that can improve performance.
Published by Medical Design Technology Magazine, May 2016
Cheryl Goodwin presents in Medical Design Technology magazine a breakdown of how materials selected for use in new medical devices can have major ramifications throughout the product lifecycle, from design through testing, during regulatory approvals and production, and in the buildup to market adoption and even disposal.
Published by Retail CIO Outlook Magazine, April 2016
Gary Cantrell and April Butterfield weigh in on how technology and the evolving digital economy is allowing consumers to have better access to goods and services than ever before. Consumers have come to expect on-demand access. Gary also brings a personal perspective on CIO lessons learned and changing roles in IT.
Published by MD&DI Magazine, April 2016
Since the late 1980s, 3-D printing has undergone several stages of fine-tuning to reach its current maturity. An additive manufacturing process, 3-D printing has garnered a lot of media attention in the past few years, becoming almost a household novelty thanks to efforts like 3DHubs.com that connect enthusiasts and hobbyists with 3-D printers from nearly anywhere. In its current state, it offers unique strategic applications that innovators have worked to see come to fruition.
Published by Cloud Technology Partners, April 2016
Heather Andrus speaks with Mike Karvis of Cloud Technology Partners for a podcast discussing how Radius helps bring their clients into the digital age and why the cloud is a key factor in the future of hardware and connected devices. Connectivity technologies and decreasing sensor costs are converging to drive forward new market solutions.
Published by Quality Magazine, April 2016
Industrial CT scanning is a fast, accurate, non-invasive technology that can save a great deal of time and avoid the expense of constructing custom fixtures. Unlike laser scanning, CMMs and optical metrology, CT scanning provides a detailed view of internal part or assembly features without cutting or disassembly, preserving valuable prototypes. Choosing this technology over traditional approaches can help manufacturers accelerate and simplify the process of moving a part into production.
Published by Cloud Technology Partners, April 2016
John Dulchinos joins Mike Karvis of Cloud Technology Partners for a podcast discussing the Future of 3D Printing. They discuss current applications and how it can accelerate the product introduction process. The conversation turns to how a new generation of printers will allow you to print parts with the quality for real end use from consumer goods, athletic shoes to internal bone structure and what that means for its corresponding industries.
Published by Manufacturing Tech Insights, March 2016
In a competitive global marketplace, today's manufacturers are on a constant lookout for advanced analytic tools and techniques to deal with information overload. In such a scenario, lean process allows manufacturers to eliminate wasteful data governance activities and promote efficiencies.
Published by Jabil Aim Higher, March 2016
Eric Austermann took the stage at the 2016 Women's Empowerment Principles (WEP) conference to participate in a panel about women's health in the workplace. The discussion centered around the challenges companies face in addressing women's health issues and highlighted tools and resources available to address these health issues.
Published by StreetInsider, March 2016
The first Industrial Revolution conjures up images of grimy 19th century factories, belching smokestacks and newly mechanized production equipment. The dawn of the so-called fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, could not be more different and it is laying the groundwork for the Digital Enterprise. None of us will escape the impact of Industry 4.0, so it’s vital to comprehend what likely lies ahead.
Published by Electronics Sourcing, January 2016
While 2015 has been an unprecedented year of consolidation in the semiconductor industry, consolidation will continue in 2016. Consolidation can have strategic implications depending on who is the acquiring party. Therefore, this is an area we pay particular attention to and will continue to invest time and energy in.
Published by Medical Design Technology, January 2016
Improving patient outcomes has long been a goal of the healthcare industry. The traditional course - improving medical device technology - naturally remains a major focus. But we are also seeing growing interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) as a potential new resource to administer and even improve patient care.
Published by CNET, December 2015
Clothing+ has come up with Peak+, a blueprint for smart clothing that seamlessly monitors our health and activity in and out of the gym without having to mess with a fitness tracker or smartwatch. CNET chatted with John Dargan, Jabil Senior Vice President, to find out more about Peak+ and his vision for the future of fashion.
Published by IndustryWeek, November 2015
We may argue here on Earth about how quickly energy resources, precious metals and water are dwindling. But few will debate the potential benefit of tapping the limitless supply of these resources awaiting us on the Moon, the asteroids and planets in our Solar System. In this case, the sky is literally the limit. The so-called space economy represents the ultimate in a high-yield investment. But, as always, for investors there is a proportionately high risk.
Published by readwrite, October 2015
The journey from product idea to commercialization is full of opportunities, challenges, risks and rewards. The best road to a successful end-to-end product introduction is paved with constant customer touchpoints and a deep empathy for their wants and needs. Sounds basic, but in reality, staying in lockstep with customers is an iterative process that must be integrated into every phase - from product planning, discovery, design and development to manufacturing and delivery.
Published by ECN, September 2015
Information research analyst, Gartner, Inc., forecasts that the number of networked “things” grew 30 percent over last year alone and will reach 4.9 billion this year. Gartner further predicts that by 2020, the number of devices linked to the Internet of Things (IoT) will balloon to 25 billion and will have an impact on virtually every industry and corner of society.
Published by the Supply Chain Brain, July 2015
[VIDEO] Bob Bowman, managing editor of SupplyChainBrain, sat down with Mudit Bajaj, Vice President Advanced Analytics Solutions at Jabil, to discuss how Advanced Analytics is elevating business today.
Published by the LNS Research, June 2015
... I recently had a chance to speak to Clint Belinsky, Vice President of Global Quality at Jabil, about how his organization is revolutionizing quality in manufacturing. He spoke at the World ASQ Conference last month and we also read this interesting article of how Jabil is revolutionizing manufacturing operations in IndustryWeek which will also provide some worthwhile insights to our readers.
Published by the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), May 2015
A highly diverse group of employees, dispersed around the world, and from a range of professional backgrounds mean that the corporate communications team has an important role to play in keeping all employees engaged in the firm’s corporate strategy, and in helping them play their part in implementing it.
Published by the IndustryWeek, May 2015
Employee engagement is an ongoing challenge of lean, and Walter Garvin, Jabil’s vice president of Lean Six Sigma, talked at the Best Plants 2015 Conference about how companies can create lean programs that engage employees at all levels. He also talked about how change within a company demands strong character and a willingness to sacrifice self-glory to benefit others (Phase 3 behavior).
Published by IndustryWeek, May 2015
Manufacturers will face in the next 5 years a period of the “most transformative, most disruptive” change in recent memory, Bill Muir, the chief operating officer of Jabil Inc., told attendees in a keynote address at the Best Plants Conference in Charlotte. This transformation will be fueled by massive changes in demographics, IT systems and factory automation.
Published by QMED, April 2015Jim Ready, Regulatory and Quality Manager
Medical device companies and their manufacturing service partners frequently leverage temporary labor in order to keep their operations efficient and cost-effective. It’s also common for projects to ramp-up so quickly that the only way a medical device company can effectively accommodate the needs of their clients is by using temporary labor.
Posted by Supply and Demand Chain Executive, February 2015
Clearly and compellingly articulating the risk factors, mechanisms and value of a supply chain is a core challenge that any product or logistics company faces. This is because supply chain management is a complicated business comprising any number of complex factors. These include internal challenges, such as the need to support product customization or personalization, meet aggressive product launch dates, and shorten product lifecycles, as well as external factors like tough geopolitical conditions, and mass globalization and exploitation.
Posted by Micro Manufacturing, February 2015
Many of the products we touch have the potential to include electronics. With integrated electronics, passive products can do much more than just contain or display something. They can sense, communicate and modulate, or, in other words, be smart.
Posted by The PCB Magazine, November 2014
Think about your last doctor's appointment. You probably had your blood pressure taken and blood drawn for routine tests. Your doctor may have listened to your heart with a stethoscope and then referred you to the hospital for an electrocardiogram (EKG). There, a nurse pasted electrodes on your chest so a machine the size of an office printer could record the electrical activity of your heart. All a necessary part of your wellness routine, but you had to take a day off work and endure a little pain in the process.
Posted by EBN, November 5, 2014
Risk is nothing new to the average supply chain. Supply chain managers think about it, talk about it, and hopefully plan for it. Industry changes, though, are increasing the complexity of the risk management picture. It's time to face it head on, according to at least one industry leading company.
Posted by Quality Magazine, November 4, 2014
Until now the power of seeing through walls has been reserved for superheroes with x-ray vision. This meant that manufacturers of plastic and composite components often had to cut or break apart a product or prototype to measure and analyze internal features and identify discrepancies.
Posted by Occupational Health & Safety, November 3, 2014
The foundation of lean manufacturing is kaizen, or continuous improvement. Although this principle usually targets manufacturing processes (reduced waste, greater efficiency, etc.) it can also extend to the people who plan and implement the lean projects. These individuals often grow professionally and personally as a result of the new skills and experiences they acquire by leading or participating in a project.
Posted by IndustryWeek, September 8, 2014
"Manufacturing is what we do. We build stuff. We take a lot of pride in that and we're pretty good at it." What Jabil Circuit (IW 1000/254) CEO Mark Mondello doesn't say, but perhaps should, is that you have to be good to survive in the manufacturing territory his company occupies. Jabil Circuit (the name comes from founders Bill Morean and James Golden) began as an electronics assembly repair shop in Detroit in 1966. Today, the contract manufacturer has annual revenues of more than $18 billion, operates in 22 countries and works for some of the most prominent and demanding companies in the world. The client roster includes Apple, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Cisco, Siemens and HP.
Posted by MED Device Online, June 18, 2014
Visent Avxhi with 3D ProScan (a division of NyproMold) spent some time on day one of the MD&M East exhibition to tell attendees about 3D CT scanning capabilities. This technology allows medical device manufacturers to measure and validate products made from plastics and other low-density materials. Watch the video to learn more and see if this technology can help you to identify design issues and production discrepancies, ensure lot-to-lot consistency, and make detailed and accurate measurements of your device’s internal components.
Posted by Medical Design, June 9, 2014
Electronics are permeating many medical devices that, to date, have been strictly mechanical in function. Integrating electronics allows the addition of functions and features such as imaging, sensing and monitoring to previously functionally passive devices. Until now tasked with only moving fluids or materials, these devices are now empowered to move data. Electronics integration allows the communication of data from devices that were previously not connected.
Posted by SAE International, May 2014
Historically, the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) market has been dominated by military applications from surveillance to active engagement. In the near term, the market’s military focus is expected to continue. However, with projected growth from around $6 billion today to nearly $12 billion in 2023 (according to the Teal Group), large-scale commercial adaptation is not only possible, but likely.
Posted by MPO Magazine, May 2014
Medical devices companies - large and small alike - are increasingly pushed and pulled by a host of ever evolving financial, regulatory and market forces. These firms over time have learned to depend on manufacturing partners to get their products to market quicker, more efficiently and at a lower cost.
Posted by Clean Technica, March 2014
Carbon emissions reduction is among the top objectives for corporate environmental management programs. Not only is the environmental impact of greenhouse gases familiar and visible to the public, it carries a high potential for future regulation. In addition, lowering carbon emissions often goes hand-in-hand with energy cost-cutting, which can provide a critical business advantage.
Posted by Plastics Today, March 22, 2014
The Medtech hub in Massachusetts is second in the nation only to California, with more than 400 medical device firms calling the state home. These companies range from well known multinationals such as Boston Scientific and Johnson & Johnson's DePuy to a multitude of startups.
Posted by Supply Chain World, March 2014
Although Jabil has an extensive history in designing and building electronics, there are significant revenue dollars generated from solutions with zero electronic content. From regulated industries such as healthcare and defense through high-volume time-to-market consumer products, Jabil has built a solution that allows this highly complex set of supply chains to be managed.
Posted by Medical Product Outsourcing, February 2014
Medical electronics companies seize the day with new 3D printing and right-sizing opportunities. 3D printing has received some significant press and additive manufacturing has made the most amount of progress in terms of commercial availability of solutions.
Published in Electronic Sourcing North America, February 14, 2014
At Jabil, managing supply chain risk is key to the company's business model and is indicative of how the requirements of Jabil's customers have changed. "Our engagement model has morphed dramatically," according to Bill Muir. Muir also noted that now an ideal engagement starts at the concept stage and continues through the sourcing and manufacturing phases.
Posted by Plastics Today, February 18, 2014
Expanding the use of 3D X-ray computed tomography (CT) to develop next-generation medical devices and building a deeper, more collaborative bench of support services were the primary talking points at the Nypro Healthcare (Clinton, MA) booth at last week's MD&M West show in Anaheim, CA. The global healthcare design and manufacturing services provider had a ready audience at the largest medical manufacturing event in North America.
Posted by Medical Design, January 7, 2014
The term "miniaturization" is widely accepted as a definitively positive step in product development. Medical devices are no exceptions, as continual miniaturization of medical devices has been seeping into the DNA of the healthcare thought process. But, the fact is smaller is not always necessary, or better. This constant push toward further miniaturization is misguided. We should alter our approach to ensure our focus is on appropriate sizing instead.
Posted by Utility Horizons Quarterly, December 2013
The Smart Grid is proving it’s no longer the flash in the pan that many people thought it would be. While the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and other state-level funding programs helped trigger numerous pilots across North America, these early-stage efforts implemented several technologies that were not quite ready for prime time.
Posted by Manufacturing Automation, November 15, 2013
Automation is not new to electronics manufacturing. One example is the sustained market success of the semiconductor industry using a lights-out manufacturing environment, wherein a factory is fully operated by machines and robotics without the need of humans on-site.
Posted by Electronics360, October 08, 2013
A new generation of robotics technology has the potential to improve consumer electronics manufacturing, lessening its dependence on low-cost human labor and possibly setting the stage for a substantial geographical shift in the electronics manufacturing base.
Posted by Wired Insights, October 24, 2013
Whether the task is providing information at an airport or selling products at an intelligent vending machine, a new breed of virtual mannequins are there to help.
Posted by Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO), October 16, 2013
Dr. Richard Lee’s vision was clear from the very beginning. He envisaged a practical use of his doctorate-endorsed proficiency in experimental economics (i.e., the study of economic theory and markets through controlled laboratory experiments); he fancied switching careers; and perhaps most importantly, he imagined himself fulfilling his childhood dream of working in medicine.
Posted by SupplyChainHQ, September 11, 2013
When it comes to managing supplier quality, electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers are on the front line. After all, EMS providers build the equipment on behalf of OEM customers and have the responsibility of purchasing quality components and materials from suppliers.
Posted by Design News, September, 2013
Mechatronics date all the way back to 1969, when the Japanese firm Yaskawa coined this term blending the words "mechanical" and "electronics." Steady advancements in technology - especially the software that drives the system and wireless connectivity that links it to other computers - have vastly expanded its use.
Posted by Military & Aerospace Electronics, September 2013
Counterfeiting is an increasing problem in aerospace and defense supply chains. To combat this issue, aerospace and defense manufacturers can leverage the expertise of global manufacturing services providers.
In February 2012, the General Accounting Office (GAO) submitted a report on its investigation into suspected counterfeit military-grade electronic parts found on Internet purchasing sites, which may have entered the Department of Defense supply chain.
Posted by Wind Systems Magazine, September 2013
Last year was a banner year for wind power by virtually every measure. Globally, 2012 saw the addition of 40 GW of wind energy capacity. The United States alone accounted for nearly one third of that, with 13.1 GW—a new record. The surge has been largely attributed to uncertainty over extension of the production tax credit and the rush to complete projects by year-end. By the time Congress finally extended the credit in January, new installations had already begun to slow and last year’s boom is not likely to be repeated. While installations in 2013 are expected to remain flat, the outlook is more optimistic for 2014, as projects initiated in the coming year reach the production stage
Posted by Inbound Logistics, August 22, 2013
When a company makes product for another manufacturer, the supplier always stands at least two steps removed from the end customer who uses the product. That poses a significant challenge, says Fred Hartung, Vice President, Supply Chain Solutions and Logistics at Jabil Circuit, a St. Petersburg, Fla.-based contract manufacturer with facilities and customers around the world.
Posted by Design News, August 2013
Need a train ticket, DVD, or even a slice of pizza? Increasingly, you’ll make that purchase from an automated kiosk controlled from afar by a cadre of managers analyzing cloud-based data. This invasion of automated sales clerks has become so pervasive that kiosk-based transactions in North America alone are expected to hit $1 trillion next year, according to the IHL research group.
Posted by Pega on August, 2013
In this edition of the Build for Change Digest, Jabil's Director, Lean Six Sigma, Gerry McCool discusses how Jabil is using advanced Business Process Management software that incorporates workflow automation, data mining, data analytics, dashboards and enterprise integration to build on their organization's success with Lean Six Sigma. Listen to the podcast now.
Posted by PCB Magazine on August, 2013
Printed electronics is considered by many international technologists to be a platform for manufacturing innovation. Its rich portfolio of advanced multi-functional, nano-designed materials, scalable ambient processes and high-volume manufacturing technologies lends itself to offer an opportunity for sustained manufacturing innovation. This paper provides an overview of the internationally recognized IPC Printed Electronics Standards initiative, which has demonstrated its ability to provide leadership to the emerging field of Printed Electronics by implementing a standards development structure that does not impede creativity for sustained printed electronics.
Posted by MPO on July 31, 2013
The first part of this series (published in the June issue of Medical Product Outsourcing) discussed how mobile technology and the medical device market have collided to create exciting and unique opportunities for companies ready to seize them. In this final installment, we will address how collaboration with partners in the value chain can help provide highly desired, differentiated and valued products and services that drive more effective patient outcomes and contribute to lower healthcare costs.
Posted by MPO on June 14, 2013
Around the world, healthcare systems are going through unprecedented tectonic changes driven by vital initiatives aimed at containing unsustainable rises in healthcare costs and extending access to care. Government legislation, which includes major changes to insurance, payment and reimbursement structures, is prompting every player in the healthcare value chain to re-evaluate how more effective care can be delivered to more patients at lower cost.
Posted by Design News on June 20, 2013
Traffic’s heavy, the fog is growing thicker, and you need to find a restaurant for an important meeting in a strange city. That scenario would amount to a triple threat to any harried driver, but with a head-up display (HUD) projected in front of you, you’re easily guided to the unfamiliar restaurant. The HUD could be coupled with other technologies, to track your speed and/or warn you of potential collision threats. This all occurs without you having to take your eyes off the road.
Posted by Design News on May 30, 2013
If there's one overriding fact about engineering in the 21st century, it's this: Everything is connected. The silos that once pigeonholed engineering specialties are fast disappearing, and the everyday tasks of engineers are increasingly calling for a blend of skills. For example, more product designs involve mechatronics, a field that calls for expertise in mechanics, electronics, control systems, and software programming.
Posted by Design News on May 15, 2013
Many electronics OEMs spend considerable time and devote considerable resources identifying and eliminating risks in their supply chains.
Posted by Design News on April 26, 2013
You're running late and craving that morning coffee, but the long line in front of the barista makes you want to turn around and go without. People are fumbling for change or dragging out debit cards, even for small purchases. Isn't there a better way to pay for something?.
Posted by USA Today on March 20, 2013
When Ford Motor shows off the latest version of its hybrid car at an Atlanta auto show this month, its drive train and other key parts will be products of a new development process that's taken hold across Corporate America and the world.
Posted by Design News on March 7, 2013
For decades, vending technology seemingly changed little from an ancient Egyptian device that dispensed holy water at the drop of coin. Until recently, many modern-day machines still followed the same principle: Deposit your money and a mechanism releases your candy bar, soda, or bag of chips.
Posted by Design News on March 7, 2013
Facing multiple challenges including cost pressure, global competition, and evolving market demands, medical device companies may consider engaging with a design and manufacturing services company to achieve important goals.
Posted by EDN on January 23, 2013
Emerging markets such as renewable energy, plug-in electric vehicles and smart grids are driving new demand for power electronics of ever-shrinking size, weight and cost that can boost performance in operating environments of challenging harshness.
Posted by Supply & Demand Chain Executive on January 8, 2013
Effectively managing a supply chain, especially if it’s global, is a highly complex undertaking. Not only does a company have to concern itself with its own business goals—such as cost control and efficiency—it must also ensure customer satisfaction to provide timeliness, quality, consistency and service.
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