having one’s clocks synchronized… these are crucial Essential M Review factors for the success of any partnership between manufacturer and finished product marketer. “It is never a good practice to over-promise and under-perform,” notes Richard Kaufman, executive vice president of Paragon Laboratories, Torrance, CA.
He emphasizes that his company, like all contract manufacturers, is a customer service organization first and foremost. No matter how sophisticated, experienced or knowledgeable the product marketer may be, the client will still have questions that need answering and certain expectations (not to mention product orders) that need to be fulfilled.
Before We Do This.Worrying can be a good thing when it comes to contract manufacturing, for both manufacturers and their clients. It may lead to safe and effective products, as well as a smooth production cycle where everyone gets what they need, when they need it. Therefore, potential clients are always posing pressing questions to their contract manufacturers, before any actual pressing or encapsulation gets done.
Concerns over product quality and label claims pop up most often these days, according to Joe Archer, vice president of sales and marketing at All American Pharmaceutical, Billings, MT. In addition to customers looking for assurance that their products will be of consistent purity and quality, Archer says, “Our customers want to know the product they will be getting is exactly what is stated on the label in the precise amounts that are stated.”