The value stream organizational structure breaks down barriers between departments and organizational silos and provides faster decision-making and collaboration. This is evident on the manufacturing floor where you’d find value streams instead of production lines. The result is high quality disposable medical devices at either consistent or varying quantities from an agile and responsive company accustomed to the dynamic nature of medical device manufacturing. A relentless focus on making sure that its operators and assemblers have everything required to meet the production schedule has given Phase 2 the ability to increase output with minimal headcount addition. See how manufacturing is completed in modern, environmentally controlled ISO Class 8 (100,000) cleanrooms.
Headquartered in Rochester, NH, Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing, Inc. specializes in the building single-use medical devices for OEM clients around the world. Its capabilities include injection molding, various assembly techniques and technologies, packaging and label control for sterile barrier, and contract sterilization. The company builds confidence by utilizing lean techniques based upon the TPS system, using the 3 attributes of the golden triangle; visual controls; standard Work; management oversight. The effects of this system have allowed its customers to increase production output with fewer resources, reduce scrap, increasing product quality by utilizing a one-piece flow. The company also has a manufacturing facility in Tijuana, Mexico. www.phase2medical.com