We've continued to innovate and improve medical assemblies by applying in depth knowledge of how our products are used within an actual health care setting.
(PRWEB) September 16, 2010
Janco Incorporated, a medical packaging supplier for customers across the country has recently announced that they have achieved an industry leading level of precision and quality in the manufacturing of medical assemblies by combining new state of the art equipment with actual healthcare experience.
Company spokesman, Phil Killer explains, "The level of quality Janco Incorporated provides in the form of medical packaging services is so high not solely due to our experience in the medical packaging industry, but because of our knowledge as medical packaging suppliers of how things happen in the health care setting. Of course, customers in every industry can expect high levels of precision, but those in the health care field appreciate it on an entirely different level."
Medical assemblies manufactured by Janco Incorporated often include custom medical assemblies, custom inserts, medical packs, multi-piece medical assemblies, trays, single use medical assemblies, and more. Killer says, "We've continued to innovate and improve medical assemblies by applying in depth knowledge of how our products are used within an actual health care setting."
Regarding Janco Inc's medical assemblies, Killer continues, "We don't force the doctor or nurse to accommodate to our medical assemblies. Instead, each assembly takes its function into mind to make it easier to open and use. This results in fewer dropped, contaminated, or broken medical instruments and really just makes everything much easier."
Janco has frequently showcased their innovation of medical packaging services and medical assemblies at a number of national trade shows. They will again display their expertise in expositions on May 12th and 13th as well as June 8th through June 10th.
Located in Dover, New Hampshire, Janco Incorporated is a precision medical packaging supplier and provider of medical assemblies for all of North America. For more information, contact Phil Killer by calling 603.742.1581.