ALTEK NEWS AND PRESS
We’re just one week away from one of our favorite events for the year, the AmCon Design and Contract Manufacturing Expo--this year the show kicks off April 9 in Bellevue, Washington and runs through the end of the week.
The FDA has recently issued a new rule for medical device manufacturing that requires many medical devices to include what is known as a Unique Device Identifier. The new labeling requirements are geared at making strides to protect patients from medical equipment and devices that do not perform properly.
KXLY News Features ALTEK Manufacturing's Contributions to Aerospace, Medical and Industrial Manufacturing
ALTEK's contributions to contract manufacturing innovation in Aerospace, Medical, and Industrial Manufacturing were featured this week in a feature news piece from KXLY.
There are more than a few reasons ALTEK Manufacturing has one of the highest number of long-time employees in the Inland Northwest, many of whom have stayed with us for five, ten, even 20 year in some cases! In fact, ALTEK employees average tenure is ten years.
We frequently see requests from our customers in Aerospace and Industrial markets for additional post-production finishing and coating services. What's surprising at times for these customers is the lucky fact that ALTEK Manufacturing offer custom processing and painting directly from our Spokane-area facility.
This February 18, 2014 marks a very special opportunity for businesses throughout the Inland Northwest. We hope you will be able to join us for the upcoming Inland Northwest Aerospace Consortium’s (INWAC) Open House and Breakfast Social featuring Jenette Ramos, V.P. of Supply Chain Management for Boeing Commercial Airplanes!
Over the past year, we’ve seen Aerospace companies (Boeing, Airbus) increasing orders, yet another promising signal of economic recovery and growth in emerging markets like China, India and Russia.
Clean room manufacturing is often requested for sensitive components found in a variety of industries, from Medical-grade components and devices to Military applications requiring laser optics components. In short, clean room manufacturing is often requested for any component or manufacturing process that has the potential to be damaged by airborne particles.
Based on new reporting from the U.S. Government as well as projections from the Institute of Supply Managers, 2014 is looking good for a jump in employment in the United States.
The future of the Aerospace industry--and of Boeing’s presence in Washington in particular--was the subject of an in-depth article published this week in the Inlander, a weekly publication covering news from across the Inland Northwest.