The exchange & sharing information in the early stage of the project is crucial for the whole process.

  • Material properties
  • Feed state & packaging
  • Particle Size Range & Shape
  • Density, Hardness, Moisture
  • Preprocessing steps done…

An experienced partner guides you, supports regulatory issues, makes proposals to optimize the process, takes your supply chain & logistics into account.

Here are our 6 tips “How to Collaborate with a Contract Manufacturer”

  1. Share as much material know-how as you can to speed up the choice of the most efficient process.
  2. No detail is trivial or weird. Colors, aroma have a great impact on how the operator will prepare the technology, protection settings & calculate cleanup after processing your material.
  3. A small sample makes a big difference. Observations & trials mixed with experience allow the contract manufacturer not to start from zero.
  4. Report supply chain changes: almost identical material from other sources may need some adjustments during processing. Let them know about the changes.
  5. Be open for process modifications: an experienced partner may propose an additional or to eliminate a processing step. Results count. Trust their experience and technology.
  6. Name a project responsible for the direct contact with the toll manufacturer. A person who knows all about your material, technology and aimed results. Nothing is as efficient as a direct contact for questions, troubleshooting with a person who knows the answers.

If you have more questions or plan a specific outsourcing project, we are happy to answer your questions.

Write to us or book a call with Triangular team.

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