St. Petersburg, Fla. - December 4, 2015 - Nypro Healthcare, a recognized leader in the development and manufacturing of diagnostic, pharmaceutical and medical devices, has been named a Supplier of the Year by Thermo Fisher Scientific, highlighting its commitment to quality, reliability and cost. 'To deliver world-class products and services to our customers we also require world-class partners,' said Peter Granick, vice president of global sourcing, Thermo Fisher Scientific. 'The Supplier of the Year recognition honors partners that have gone above and beyond in the past year and it gives us an opportunity to publicly acknowledge them and say thank you.'
'We are honored to have been chosen by Thermo Fisher Scientific for our performance record and collaborative partnering with the various Thermo Fisher Scientific divisions,' said Fred McCoy, Jabil vice president and general manager of diagnostics, Nypro Healthcare. 'Thermo Fisher Scientific is committed to partnering with its suppliers for mutual benefit.'
Nypro Healthcare provides Thermo Fisher Scientific with electronic manufacturing services. Thermo Fisher Scientific honored Nypro Healthcare with the award at a ceremony held in Carlsbad, Calif. on October 22, 2015. Eligibility is for Thermo Fisher Scientific strategic suppliers based on several criteria including the continuous improvement in total cost, reduction in supply chain complexity, innovation and efficiency of service delivery that ensure the delivery of best-in-class quality. Participants take part in annual supplier business review and are graded using a supplier scorecard.
The project is looking at how to characterize each component of the motor/gear box assembly using acoustic emission so that primary contributors to increased noise is fully characterized with design, material, and supplier corrective actions being implemented where possible to enable higher yields during manufacturing. Edward has described some of the procedures, tools and analysis techniques used when evaluating the acoustic emissions of a gear driven product in a whitepaper.
Team from Thermo Fisher Scientific and Nypro Healthcare