Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market (By Product, Application and Services) – Prospective Landscape, Size, Share, Growth, Opportunities and Industry Forecast 2018 – 2025

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Outsourcing of medical devices manufacturing helps to reduce production costs by 12-15 percent

Outsourcing of medical devices is an efficient budget-saving activity whereby Original Equipment Manufacturer’s subcontract certain operations or services to contract manufacturers skilled in a specific operation or service. These contract manufacturing companies have the skills and abilities required to perform operations or services within the given period. One of the important factors driving the growth of the world market for medical devices outsourcing is the ever-increasing demand for quality medical care. Currently, the increasing prevalence of chronic conditions leads to higher demand for early disease detection for enhanced disease management. Depending on the quality of the medical devices, the quality of the medical care is dependent. These forces device manufacturers to subcontract product development in order to stay a step ahead in the dynamic healthcare industry to highly trained third-party product companies.

Benefits enjoyed by manufacturers of original equipment such as premium pricing and market share expansion together with cost savings compliment the growth of the market. In addition, a rise in the global geriatric population is expected to boost demand for medical equipment and supplies, thus strengthening the market. However, a stringent regulatory environment towards medical devices impedes the market growth over the forecast period.

Outsourcing of products helps to reduce manufacturing costs by 12-15 percent, thus allowing companies to survive competitiveness, another key factor driving the global market for medical devices manufacturing outsourcing. Today, for operations and maintenance purposes, nearly all medical devices are incorporated with IT solutions. For instance, domain experts such as Persistent Systems, HCL, Amdocs and Wipro are now subcontracted software for patient monitoring systems that was originally developed in-house.

Outsourcing the production of goods and services helps maximize profit by minimizing downtime-to-market, another key driving factor for the growth of global medical devices outsourcing market. This is due to a major amount of time in the production of medical devices is spent obtaining approvals from legally enforceable bodies. This time can be lowered by utilizing outsourcing service providers such as SAP, Oracle, Patni and Infosys that provide process control facilities for legally enforceable bodies to obtain approvals. In addition, these providers are expertise in developing the suitable application software which further reduces overall production time.

The global medical device manufacturing outsourcing market is categorized on the basis of application, product type, service, and geography. By product type, this market is fragmented into raw materials, EMS, and finished goods. By application, this market is segmented into cardiovascular, ortho & spine, IVDs, medical imaging, general medical devices, and others. Furthermore, on the basis of service, this market is fragmented into product upgrade & maintenance, product design & development, product testing & certification, regulatory consulting, product implementation and supply chain management. By geography, it has been classified across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa.

The key global players of Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing market are Integer, Eurofins Scientific, Pace Analytical Services, Plexus, Intertek Group, Tecomet, MAPI, Jabil, PPD, Flextronics, Freyr Solutions, Celestica, Wuxi Apptec and Toxikon Inc.

The process of entering into a contract with a third party to undertake business functions such as supply chain management and prototyping of product development, and production is known as outsourcing services for the production of medical devices. Output and scale-up time of OEM manufacturers is decreased due to outsourcing of medical equipment manufacturing. Outsourcing also helps companies of medical devices to concentrate on their key skills such as technical innovations and medical technologies.

Due to the extreme demand for medical equipment around the world, many new businesses are supposed to enter this space. This is anticipated to boost the level of competitiveness in the global stage. Moreover, teaming up with established players and providing niche service to enhance quality is likely to boost the market over the forecast period. Established businesses are expected to widen their portfolio as well as provide one-stop solutions to remain competitive.

Original Equipment Manufacturer’s’ growing aim to reduce production costs is the key factor driving growth in the subcontracting market growth of medical equipment manufacturing. Due to extreme low healthcare budgets around the globe, the pressure on manufacturing companies of medical devices to provide services at minimal cost is improving. As a matter of fact, manufacturing companies have begun to trim production and operational costs. This has led to a significant increase in the outsourcing of the production of medical devices. Medical device production requires high engineering expertise and cost of labor.

As the preferred outsourcing location for the manufacture of medical devices, developing nations have emerged. This is one of the key industry trends in the production of medical devices outsourcing that will further bolster market growth. The significant increase in investment in R&D has encouraged OEMs to shift to outsourcing to reduce costs. High technical skills, low labor costs, increased government financial support for R&D activities and enhanced regulatory compliance have made developing economies an appealing choice for the development of new products. Countries like India, China, Mexico, Malaysia, and Brazil have started to emerge as the favored outsourcing attractions for manufacturing facilities. The market forecast study for medical device manufacturing outsourcing anticipates that the industry will grow at a CAGR of nearly 10 percent over the forecast period.

Over the forecast period, the EMS segment is expected to lead the share of the market of medical devices outsourcing. EMS includes imaging for diagnosis, monitoring of patients, and pacemakers and IVD. The EMS segment will also be accountable for the largest market growth of medical devices outsourcing. The report also delivers a precise forecast of the input of all the specific product segments for the market.

Manufacturing operations subcontracting enable OEMs to lower the cost of product design. In addition, sellers in this market offer low-cost production solutions for complicated and heavy-precision medical devices without jeopardizing on quality. This also enables OEMs to save production costs and enhance operational efficiency. The industry outlook for medical devices outsourcing is therefore confident for the forecast period, as well as the market is projected to continue to grow.

The key global players of Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing market are Integer, Eurofins Scientific, Pace Analytical Services, Plexus, Intertek Group, Tecomet, MAPI, Jabil, PPD, Flextronics, Freyr Solutions, Celestica, Wuxi Apptec and Toxikon Inc.

Chapter 1. Executive Summary

Chapter 2. Market Introduction

Chapter 3. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Key Industry Dynamics

  • 3.1. Key Market Drivers
  • 3.2. Key Market Restraints
  • 3.3. Market Opportunities
  • 3.4. Future Trends
  • 3.5. Impact Analysis of Drivers and Restraints

Chapter 4. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

Chapter 5. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Product

  • 5.1. EMS
  • 5.2. Raw Materials
  • 5.3. Finished Goods

Chapter 6. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Application

  • 6.1. Ortho & Spine
  • 6.2. Cardiovascular
  • 6.3. Medical Imaging
  • 6.4. IVDs
  • 6.5. General Medical Devices
  • 6.6. Others

Chapter 7. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Service

  • 7.1. Product Design & Development
  • 7.2. Product Upgrade & Maintenance
  • 7.3. Regulatory Consulting
  • 7.4. Product Testing & Certification
  • 7.5. Supply Chain Management
  • 7.6. Product Implementation

Chapter 8. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Region

  • 8.1. North America
  • 8.2. Europe
  • 8.3. Asia-Pacific
  • 8.4. Latin America
  • 8.5. Middle East & Africa

Chapter 9. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 9.1. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 9.1.1.EMS
    • 9.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 9.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 9.2. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 9.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 9.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 9.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 9.2.4.IVDs
    • 9.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 9.2.6.Others
  • 9.3. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 9.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 9.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 9.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 9.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 9.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 9.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 9.4. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 9.4.1.U.S.
    • 9.4.2.Canada

Chapter 10. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 10.1. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 10.1.1.EMS
    • 10.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 10.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 10.2. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 10.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 10.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 10.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 10.2.4.IVDs
    • 10.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 10.2.6.Others
  • 10.3. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 10.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 10.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 10.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 10.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 10.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 10.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 10.4. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 10.4.1.Germany
    • 10.4.2.France
    • 10.4.3.UK
    • 10.4.4.Spain
    • 10.4.5.Italy
    • 10.4.6.Rest of Europe

Chapter 11. Asia-Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 11.1. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 11.1.1.EMS
    • 11.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 11.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 11.2. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 11.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 11.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 11.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 11.2.4.IVDs
    • 11.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 11.2.6.Others
  • 11.3. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 11.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 11.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 11.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 11.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 11.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 11.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 11.4. Asia-Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 11.4.1.China
    • 11.4.2.India
    • 11.4.3.Japan
    • 11.4.4.South Korea
    • 11.4.5.Rest of Asia-Pacific

Chapter 12. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 12.1. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 12.1.1.EMS
    • 12.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 12.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 12.2. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 12.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 12.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 12.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 12.2.4.IVDs
    • 12.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 12.2.6.Others
  • 12.3. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 12.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 12.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 12.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 12.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 12.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 12.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 12.4. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 12.4.1.Brazil
    • 12.4.2.Mexico
    • 12.4.3.Rest of Latin America

Chapter 13. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 13.1. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 13.1.1.EMS
    • 13.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 13.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 13.2. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 13.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 13.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 13.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 13.2.4.IVDs
    • 13.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 13.2.6.Others
  • 13.3. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 13.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 13.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 13.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 13.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 13.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 13.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 13.4. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 13.4.1.UAE
    • 13.4.2.Saudi Arabia
    • 13.4.3.Turkey
    • 13.4.4.Rest of Middle East & Africa

Chapter 14. Competitive Analysis

  • 14.1.1.Competition Dashboard
  • 14.1.2.Company Profiles
    • 14.1.2.1. Pace Analytical Services
    • 14.1.2.2. Eurofins Scientific
    • 14.1.2.3. Flextronics
    • 14.1.2.4. Integer
    • 14.1.2.5. Plexus
    • 14.1.2.6. Intertek Group
    • 14.1.2.7. Tecomet
    • 14.1.2.8. MAPI
    • 14.1.2.9. Jabil Inc.
    • 14.1.2.10. Freyr Solutions
    • 14.1.2.11. Wuxi Apptec
    • 14.1.2.12. Toxikon Inc.
Report Synopsis

Outsourcing of medical devices manufacturing helps to reduce production costs by 12-15 percent

Outsourcing of medical devices is an efficient budget-saving activity whereby Original Equipment Manufacturer’s subcontract certain operations or services to contract manufacturers skilled in a specific operation or service. These contract manufacturing companies have the skills and abilities required to perform operations or services within the given period. One of the important factors driving the growth of the world market for medical devices outsourcing is the ever-increasing demand for quality medical care. Currently, the increasing prevalence of chronic conditions leads to higher demand for early disease detection for enhanced disease management. Depending on the quality of the medical devices, the quality of the medical care is dependent. These forces device manufacturers to subcontract product development in order to stay a step ahead in the dynamic healthcare industry to highly trained third-party product companies.

Benefits enjoyed by manufacturers of original equipment such as premium pricing and market share expansion together with cost savings compliment the growth of the market. In addition, a rise in the global geriatric population is expected to boost demand for medical equipment and supplies, thus strengthening the market. However, a stringent regulatory environment towards medical devices impedes the market growth over the forecast period.

Outsourcing of products helps to reduce manufacturing costs by 12-15 percent, thus allowing companies to survive competitiveness, another key factor driving the global market for medical devices manufacturing outsourcing. Today, for operations and maintenance purposes, nearly all medical devices are incorporated with IT solutions. For instance, domain experts such as Persistent Systems, HCL, Amdocs and Wipro are now subcontracted software for patient monitoring systems that was originally developed in-house.

Outsourcing the production of goods and services helps maximize profit by minimizing downtime-to-market, another key driving factor for the growth of global medical devices outsourcing market. This is due to a major amount of time in the production of medical devices is spent obtaining approvals from legally enforceable bodies. This time can be lowered by utilizing outsourcing service providers such as SAP, Oracle, Patni and Infosys that provide process control facilities for legally enforceable bodies to obtain approvals. In addition, these providers are expertise in developing the suitable application software which further reduces overall production time.

The global medical device manufacturing outsourcing market is categorized on the basis of application, product type, service, and geography. By product type, this market is fragmented into raw materials, EMS, and finished goods. By application, this market is segmented into cardiovascular, ortho & spine, IVDs, medical imaging, general medical devices, and others. Furthermore, on the basis of service, this market is fragmented into product upgrade & maintenance, product design & development, product testing & certification, regulatory consulting, product implementation and supply chain management. By geography, it has been classified across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa.

The key global players of Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing market are Integer, Eurofins Scientific, Pace Analytical Services, Plexus, Intertek Group, Tecomet, MAPI, Jabil, PPD, Flextronics, Freyr Solutions, Celestica, Wuxi Apptec and Toxikon Inc.

Report Description

The process of entering into a contract with a third party to undertake business functions such as supply chain management and prototyping of product development, and production is known as outsourcing services for the production of medical devices. Output and scale-up time of OEM manufacturers is decreased due to outsourcing of medical equipment manufacturing. Outsourcing also helps companies of medical devices to concentrate on their key skills such as technical innovations and medical technologies.

Due to the extreme demand for medical equipment around the world, many new businesses are supposed to enter this space. This is anticipated to boost the level of competitiveness in the global stage. Moreover, teaming up with established players and providing niche service to enhance quality is likely to boost the market over the forecast period. Established businesses are expected to widen their portfolio as well as provide one-stop solutions to remain competitive.

Original Equipment Manufacturer’s’ growing aim to reduce production costs is the key factor driving growth in the subcontracting market growth of medical equipment manufacturing. Due to extreme low healthcare budgets around the globe, the pressure on manufacturing companies of medical devices to provide services at minimal cost is improving. As a matter of fact, manufacturing companies have begun to trim production and operational costs. This has led to a significant increase in the outsourcing of the production of medical devices. Medical device production requires high engineering expertise and cost of labor.

As the preferred outsourcing location for the manufacture of medical devices, developing nations have emerged. This is one of the key industry trends in the production of medical devices outsourcing that will further bolster market growth. The significant increase in investment in R&D has encouraged OEMs to shift to outsourcing to reduce costs. High technical skills, low labor costs, increased government financial support for R&D activities and enhanced regulatory compliance have made developing economies an appealing choice for the development of new products. Countries like India, China, Mexico, Malaysia, and Brazil have started to emerge as the favored outsourcing attractions for manufacturing facilities. The market forecast study for medical device manufacturing outsourcing anticipates that the industry will grow at a CAGR of nearly 10 percent over the forecast period.

Over the forecast period, the EMS segment is expected to lead the share of the market of medical devices outsourcing. EMS includes imaging for diagnosis, monitoring of patients, and pacemakers and IVD. The EMS segment will also be accountable for the largest market growth of medical devices outsourcing. The report also delivers a precise forecast of the input of all the specific product segments for the market.

Manufacturing operations subcontracting enable OEMs to lower the cost of product design. In addition, sellers in this market offer low-cost production solutions for complicated and heavy-precision medical devices without jeopardizing on quality. This also enables OEMs to save production costs and enhance operational efficiency. The industry outlook for medical devices outsourcing is therefore confident for the forecast period, as well as the market is projected to continue to grow.

The key global players of Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing market are Integer, Eurofins Scientific, Pace Analytical Services, Plexus, Intertek Group, Tecomet, MAPI, Jabil, PPD, Flextronics, Freyr Solutions, Celestica, Wuxi Apptec and Toxikon Inc.

Table of Content

Chapter 1. Executive Summary

Chapter 2. Market Introduction

Chapter 3. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Key Industry Dynamics

  • 3.1. Key Market Drivers
  • 3.2. Key Market Restraints
  • 3.3. Market Opportunities
  • 3.4. Future Trends
  • 3.5. Impact Analysis of Drivers and Restraints

Chapter 4. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

Chapter 5. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Product

  • 5.1. EMS
  • 5.2. Raw Materials
  • 5.3. Finished Goods

Chapter 6. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Application

  • 6.1. Ortho & Spine
  • 6.2. Cardiovascular
  • 6.3. Medical Imaging
  • 6.4. IVDs
  • 6.5. General Medical Devices
  • 6.6. Others

Chapter 7. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Service

  • 7.1. Product Design & Development
  • 7.2. Product Upgrade & Maintenance
  • 7.3. Regulatory Consulting
  • 7.4. Product Testing & Certification
  • 7.5. Supply Chain Management
  • 7.6. Product Implementation

Chapter 8. Global Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Region

  • 8.1. North America
  • 8.2. Europe
  • 8.3. Asia-Pacific
  • 8.4. Latin America
  • 8.5. Middle East & Africa

Chapter 9. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 9.1. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 9.1.1.EMS
    • 9.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 9.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 9.2. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 9.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 9.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 9.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 9.2.4.IVDs
    • 9.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 9.2.6.Others
  • 9.3. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 9.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 9.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 9.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 9.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 9.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 9.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 9.4. North America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 9.4.1.U.S.
    • 9.4.2.Canada

Chapter 10. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 10.1. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 10.1.1.EMS
    • 10.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 10.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 10.2. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 10.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 10.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 10.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 10.2.4.IVDs
    • 10.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 10.2.6.Others
  • 10.3. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 10.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 10.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 10.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 10.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 10.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 10.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 10.4. Europe Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 10.4.1.Germany
    • 10.4.2.France
    • 10.4.3.UK
    • 10.4.4.Spain
    • 10.4.5.Italy
    • 10.4.6.Rest of Europe

Chapter 11. Asia-Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 11.1. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 11.1.1.EMS
    • 11.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 11.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 11.2. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 11.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 11.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 11.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 11.2.4.IVDs
    • 11.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 11.2.6.Others
  • 11.3. Asia Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 11.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 11.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 11.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 11.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 11.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 11.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 11.4. Asia-Pacific Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 11.4.1.China
    • 11.4.2.India
    • 11.4.3.Japan
    • 11.4.4.South Korea
    • 11.4.5.Rest of Asia-Pacific

Chapter 12. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 12.1. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 12.1.1.EMS
    • 12.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 12.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 12.2. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 12.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 12.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 12.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 12.2.4.IVDs
    • 12.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 12.2.6.Others
  • 12.3. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 12.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 12.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 12.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 12.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 12.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 12.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 12.4. Latin America Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 12.4.1.Brazil
    • 12.4.2.Mexico
    • 12.4.3.Rest of Latin America

Chapter 13. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025

  • 13.1. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Product
    • 13.1.1.EMS
    • 13.1.2.Raw Materials
    • 13.1.3.Finished Goods
  • 13.2. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Application
    • 13.2.1.Ortho & Spine
    • 13.2.2.Cardiovascular
    • 13.2.3.Medical Imaging
    • 13.2.4.IVDs
    • 13.2.5.General Medical Devices
    • 13.2.6.Others
  • 13.3. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Service
    • 13.3.1.Product Design & Development
    • 13.3.2.Product Upgrade & Maintenance
    • 13.3.3.Regulatory Consulting
    • 13.3.4.Product Testing & Certification
    • 13.3.5.Supply Chain Management
    • 13.3.6.Product Implementation
  • 13.4. Middle East & Africa Medical Device Manufacturing Outsourcing Market – By Country
    • 13.4.1.UAE
    • 13.4.2.Saudi Arabia
    • 13.4.3.Turkey
    • 13.4.4.Rest of Middle East & Africa

Chapter 14. Competitive Analysis

  • 14.1.1.Competition Dashboard
  • 14.1.2.Company Profiles
    • 14.1.2.1. Pace Analytical Services
    • 14.1.2.2. Eurofins Scientific
    • 14.1.2.3. Flextronics
    • 14.1.2.4. Integer
    • 14.1.2.5. Plexus
    • 14.1.2.6. Intertek Group
    • 14.1.2.7. Tecomet
    • 14.1.2.8. MAPI
    • 14.1.2.9. Jabil Inc.
    • 14.1.2.10. Freyr Solutions
    • 14.1.2.11. Wuxi Apptec
    • 14.1.2.12. Toxikon Inc.
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