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Flex Medical Molding Achieves MedAccred Plastics Injection Molding Accreditation



Flex Medical Molding (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd has earned MedAccred accreditation for Plastic Injection Molding following a recent successful audit. The Gushu facility in Shenzhen, China, achieved the accreditation after meeting the audit requirements set by MedAccred subscribing members, including Baxter, BD, Boston Scientific, Edwards Lifesciences, Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Philips, Roche Diagnostics and Stryker.

The MedAccred audit and accreditation program is an industry-managed supply chain oversight program for key critical manufacturing processes in the medical device industry. The accreditation assures that critical manufacturing processes meet industry consensus requirements, leading to the production of high-quality end products, ultimately enhancing patient safety.

“Flex Gushu obtained the MedAccred Accreditation in injection molding process, which can help to improve the quality of products and most importantly patient safety. We are the first Flex site to get the certification worldwide in injection molding,” said Keith Hung, Vice President for Medical Operations, Asia, Flex. “MedAccred Accreditation can be used as tool to enhance the process capability, manufacturing monitoring and process validation. We will utilize all resources available in our pursuit of this quality.”



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