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Jabil Experts in the News is a collection of external articles that include interviews with Jabil employees across a broad range of topics and markets.
Jabil Experts in the News
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.
Advantages of a Global Strategy for Carbon Emissions Reduction
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.
Regional Focus: Molding a global medtech hub in Massachusetts
Posted by Plastics Today, March 22, 2014
General Manager, Nypro Clinton Operations, Drug Delivery & Diagnostics
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.
Jabil's Solution to Managing Highly Complex Set of Supply Chains
Posted by Supply Chain World, March 2014
Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Nypro
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.
Age Electronica: The Right Time, The Smart Time
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.