Meet with Emerald EMS at MD&M West


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Emerald EMS, a high-tech contract manufacturing and design firm, is pleased to announce plans to exhibit in Booth #2495 at the world’s largest annual medical technology event, MD&M West. The event will take place April 12-14, 2022 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. In a time when the demand for advanced medical technology seems endless and constantly evolving, Emerald EMS was developed to equip its valued customers to meet the challenges and potential of this exciting era of exploration and human progress.

The Emerald EMS team works with medical device original equipment manufacturing (OEM) companies and suppliers to ensure compliance with the industry’s uniquely stringent requirements for accuracy, reliability and patient safety. All of Emerald EMS’s ISO-13485-certified U.S. manufacturing facilities have established track records as leading providers of electronic manufacturing services for high-reliability medical device and patient safety applications.

Emerald EMS customers benefit from its decades of product development and manufacturing experience in bringing high-precision, premium-quality products to this highly regulated market quickly, cost-effectively and timely, while ensuring manufacturing repeatability and complete traceability down to the component level.

With design and manufacturing facilities in California, Michigan and New Hampshire, as well as in Shenzhen, China, Emerald EMS specializes in high mix, low- to medium-volume manufacturing for high-reliability markets.

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