Is it time for a change?
There could be a variety of reasons your custom injection molder isn't working out. If you've realized that it's time to place the production or assembly of your key parts with another company, you'll want the transition to go as smoothly as possible. Several points should be taken into consideration when deciding to move injection molds from one supplier to another. The ideal solution is one in which the existing supplier, new supplier and customer are able to openly communicate while maintaining all customer deliverables during the process. However, when this is not possible, having a supplier that has experience with this type of transaction is invaluable.
Complete the form to learn how to make the switch.
In this paper, you'll learn how to:
- Establish a sufficient buffer of inventory prior to transferring the business.
- Obtain clear deliverables from the customer in terms of quality, delivery, service and costs.
- Establish key lines of communication between the new supplier and the customer.
- Establish visual cosmetic standards for all parts.
- Identify and communicate all known problems to the new supplier.
Complete the form to download our step-by-step checklist and learn how to make a smooth transition to your new custom injection molder.