Almax EIS Receives Recognition from Philips Medical


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Philips Medical awarded Almax EIS perfect scores for innovation, service responsiveness and product quality on their 2015 Global Supplier annual review.  Additionally, Philips NPI engineering teams named Almax EIS a “trendsetter in their domain” recognizing  Almax’s ability to contribute to PCP/NPI cost savings without compromising product quality.  Almax EIS shipments to Philips Medical had a 100% lot acceptance rate (LAR) for the year.

A ten year supplier to Philips Medical, Almax EIS provides both line item delivery and volume delivery of interface components, interface electronics and complete interface assemblies.

“We value our long partnership with Philips Medical,” stated Bob Deppiesse, CEO of Almax EIS.  “At some companies the product interface can be an after-thought or even sourced as an unbranded, off-the-shelf commodity.  By engaging with Almax EIS early in their product design, Philips has enabled us to contribute innovative interface ideas.  Together we have reduced manufacturing costs while increasing the quality and reliability of their electronic interfaces.”

About Almax EIS

Almax EIS is a vertically integrated global leader in electric interface assemblies supplying high quality interfaces and interface components to OEM and EMS customers, nameplate companies and resellers.  Almax EIS manufacturing capability includes rigid and flex printed circuit boards, patented membrane switch and rubber keypad backlighting technologies, sealed switch manufacturing and a variety of graphic overlays.  Additional information about Almax EIS can be found at www.almaxeis.com

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