We have completely stripped down our laboratory to create a better functioning work environment and to handle growth for the years ahead. Our laboratory improvements include a complete repaint, all new flooring as well as new stainless steel benches and cabinets. Calling upon are six Sigma training we are optimizing workflows within the laboratory in order to meet customers testing and calibration throughput requirements.
Our new laboratory environment is also designed to better manage contaminants and particulates to help our customers re-commission machinery back into their clean rooms. We will be adding additional data loggers and testing equipment in the coming year in order to provide the latest tech to our medical device manufacturing partners.
Also ahead we are planning to add to our scope to include new testing procedures such as ASTM F1980 – 16 Standard Guide for Accelerated Aging of Sterile Barrier Systems for Medical Devices and ASTM F2054 – 07 Standard Test Method for Burst Testing of Flexible Package Seals Using Internal Air Pressurization Within Restraining Plates. As our empirical lab continues to grow we will be better able to serve the expanding needs of our medical device packaging customers.
Also as part of our aggregate facility upgrades, we will be reworking our shipping and receiving department. This extensive remix and reorganization of this department will mean we can ship orders fast and more accurately to help our customers manage machine downtime by expediting needed parts and machinery. We would like to thank all of our customers that make our new growth possible.