Contract Manufacturers

Contract manufacturing services for automotive applications. Materials used include steel, stainless steel, steel alloys, aluminum, aluminum alloys, brass, bronze, copper and Ti. Capabilities include CNC Machining, milling and turning, micro and prototype machining, die, zinc, brass, iron and investment castings, aluminum die casting services, plastic injection moldings and forging services. Specializes in medium to large production runs.

Contract manufacturing is the outsourcing of part of the manufacturing method of a product to a third-party. More specifically, contract manufacturing is an outsourcing of certain production activities that were previously performed by the manufacturer to a third-party. A company may outsource the manufacture of certain components for the product or outsource the assembly of the product. Nowadays, outsourcing firms became specialists during a multitude of services for makers together with style, production, assembly, and distribution.

Many industries use this process. Especially the aerospace, defense, computer, energy, medical, packaging, and automotive fields. Some sorts of contract manufacturing include CNC machining, complex assembly, aluminum die casting, grinding, broaching, gears and shapping.

NEXAMS Manufacturing facility is located in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, houses a wide range of industries like Automotive, Aerospace, Biotechnology, Electronics and more, apart from the IT companies it is known for. NEXAMS is rightly poised to serve the needs of different industries of Bangalore, for Rapid Prototyping, 3D Printing, 3D Designing, 3D Scanning, Proof of concept needs and customized Manufacturing needs.

Contract manufacturing services refer to the practice of outsourcing the production of goods or components to a third-party manufacturer, often referred to as a contract manufacturer (CM) or a contract manufacturing organization (CMO). This business arrangement allows companies to focus on their core competencies, such as product design, marketing, and distribution, while leveraging the manufacturing expertise and capabilities of a specialized partner. Contract manufacturing is commonly used in various industries, including electronics,, aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, and more. Here are some key aspects of contract manufacturing services:

Benefits of NEXAMS Contract Manufacturing services

  1. Cost Efficiency: One of the primary reasons companies opt for contract manufacturing is cost savings. Contract manufacturers often have economies of scale, specialized equipment, and experienced personnel, allowing them to produce goods at a lower cost than if the company were to manufacture in-house.
  1. Expertise and Specialization: Contract manufacturers typically specialize in particular types of production processes or industries. This specialization can result in higher product quality and efficiency due to their in-depth knowledge and experience.
  1. Scalability: Contract manufacturing provides flexibility and scalability. Companies can adjust production volumes more easily to meet changes in demand without the capital investments and operational challenges of expanding their own facilities.
  1. Focus on Core Competencies: By outsourcing manufacturing, companies can concentrate on their core activities, such as research and development, marketing, and customer service, which can lead to innovation and growth.
  1. Reduced Risk: Sharing production responsibilities with a contract manufacturer can help mitigate certain risks, such as those related to manufacturing processes, supply chain disruptions, and regulatory compliance.
  1. Quality Control: Contract manufacturers are often subject to strict quality control standards to maintain their reputation and win contracts. This can result in consistent product quality.
  1. Customization: Contract manufacturers can offer customized manufacturing solutions tailored to a company’s specific requirements, allowing for the production of unique and complex products.
  1. Time-to-Market: Contract manufacturing can accelerate product development and time-to-market, as experienced manufacturers can quickly set up production lines and meet tight deadlines.
  1. Regulatory Compliance: In industries like pharmaceuticals and food, contract manufacturers are often well-versed in regulatory requirements and can help ensure that products meet all necessary standards and certifications.
  1. Global Reach: Many contract manufacturers have international operations, which can be advantageous for companies looking to expand into global markets without the complexities of establishing manufacturing facilities abroad.