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Commodity vs. Customized Manufacturing

In a time when bringing manufacturing back to the US has become a very popular topic I wanted to seize the opportunity to lay out the differences between Commodity versus Customized manufacturing

NPI Vs NPD - Here are the differences and why it matters

As a manufacturer of customized solutions Central Midori has always practiced the process of NPI (New Product Introduction). In 2015 while we established our Development Center, a new department to support our customers during the phase of product development, we realized that NPI alone would not satisfy our needs.

Top 10 Best companies of 2020 by Industry Era.

Great News! CMI was named one of the Top 10 Best companies of 2020 by Industry Era.

Singapore ranks 4th-safest place amid Covid-19 pandemic: study

THE BUSINESS TIMES, TUE, JUN 09, 2020 - 9:58 PM

COVID-19: Message to our valued customers and business partners

You may have heard that CMI’s exemption from the suspension of activities for the duration of the Circuit Breaker was rescinded. This was a mistake.

We apologize for the miscommunication and inconvenience it caused

CMI is an essential business in the fight against COVID-19 and we are open.

The COVID-19 pandemic is a serious challenge globally. The government of Singapore has implemented stringent measures as part of a nation-wide circuit breaker to break the chain of COVID-19 transmissions since 7 April 2020.

CMI was granted authorization to continue operations and all of us will continue to play our part to keep everyone in Singapore safe.

For urgent request contact your customer service representative or email us at centralmidori@central-midori.com.sg

Exemption from Suspension of Business Activities

Companies gear up for supply chain realignment

https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/opinion/companies-gear-up-for-supply-chain-realignment

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CMI wins the first JTC MedTech Hub Dart Tournament

Tool Cutting vs. Digital Cutting

Printing is commonly done in sheet/panel form, which means that multiple products are laid down onto one sheet of material. Typically, the size of a sheet is around 600mm X 450mm (18 X 24 inches).