Production:

Making ideas reality

With the preferred manufacturer on board, we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible. We will be there when the production tools are made and tested. We can also manage the outsourcing of manufacturing and often oversee the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and
re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Overview

We are involved in the production for the majority of the products we design. Taking the product through from concept through to a works-like/ looks-like engineered pre-production prototype is phase 1. Phase 2, is taking the project through manufacture and into production. This may involve establishing and overseeing the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Our core team spend much of their time with our manufacturing partners, in the UK, EU and Asia. As we are often responsible for the production of our clients’ products and have taken many of our own concepts through production to market, every product is considered very carefully at every stage in the development process. With the preferred manufacturer on board we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible.

Commissioning production

Once the FEP – Final engineering Pilot/Product has been signed off, production can start. The production will have been planned in at the time of starting any production tooling but can only commence when any required tools have been made and moved from the tool shop to the production line.

In parallel to the engineering and manufacture of tools and product samples, the branding and packaging needs to be finalised and subsequently any IP- Patent, registered design and trade mark, should have been filed.

Efficiency and quality control

We will be alongside the production line for the first production run. The quality assurance (QA) checks will be in place and during this first run we can apply our design thinking and work with the manufacture to see how we can make the production lines run more efficiently.

We will help manage the production through to FOB- freight on board. This is the product, often in a container at a port, packaged and ready to ship in their transit cartons. If required we will introduce our clients to fulfilment and shipping logistic companies that can ship the product from port of origin to their warehouse or direct to their clients.

Production:

Making ideas reality

With the preferred manufacturer on board, we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible. We will be there when the production tools are made and tested. We can also manage the outsourcing of manufacturing and often oversee the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and
re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Overview

We are involved in the production for the majority of the products we design. Taking the product through from concept through to a works-like/ looks-like engineered pre-production prototype is phase 1. Phase 2, is taking the project through manufacture and into production. This may involve establishing and overseeing the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Our core team spend much of their time with our manufacturing partners, in the UK, EU and Asia. As we are often responsible for the production of our clients’ products and have taken many of our own concepts through production to market, every product is considered very carefully at every stage in the development process. With the preferred manufacturer on board we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible.

Commissioning production

Once the FEP – Final engineering Pilot/Product has been signed off, production can start. The production will have been planned in at the time of starting any production tooling but can only commence when any required tools have been made and moved from the tool shop to the production line.

In parallel to the engineering and manufacture of tools and product samples, the branding and packaging needs to be finalised and subsequently any IP- Patent, registered design and trade mark, should have been filed.

Efficiency and quality control

We will be alongside the production line for the first production run. The quality assurance (QA) checks will be in place and during this first run we can apply our design thinking and work with the manufacture to see how we can make the production lines run more efficiently.

We will help manage the production through to FOB- freight on board. This is the product, often in a container at a port, packaged and ready to ship in their transit cartons. If required we will introduce our clients to fulfilment and shipping logistic companies that can ship the product from port of origin to their warehouse or direct to their clients.

Production:

Making ideas reality

With the preferred manufacturer on board, we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible. We will be there when the production tools are made and tested. We can also manage the outsourcing of manufacturing and often oversee the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and
re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Overview

We are involved in the production for the majority of the products we design. Taking the product through from concept through to a works-like/ looks-like engineered pre-production prototype is phase 1. Phase 2, is taking the project through manufacture and into production. This may involve establishing and overseeing the production process from beginning to end, closely monitoring the output for quality, consistency and punctuality and re-negotiating contractual terms if necessary.

Our core team spend much of their time with our manufacturing partners, in the UK, EU and Asia. As we are often responsible for the production of our clients’ products and have taken many of our own concepts through production to market, every product is considered very carefully at every stage in the development process. With the preferred manufacturer on board we can help you weigh up the production options to ensure you receive the best value possible.

Commissioning production

Once the FEP – Final engineering Pilot/Product has been signed off, production can start. The production will have been planned in at the time of starting any production tooling but can only commence when any required tools have been made and moved from the tool shop to the production line.

In parallel to the engineering and manufacture of tools and product samples, the branding and packaging needs to be finalised and subsequently any IP- Patent, registered design and trade mark, should have been filed.

Efficiency and quality control

We will be alongside the production line for the first production run. The quality assurance (QA) checks will be in place and during this first run we can apply our design thinking and work with the manufacture to see how we can make the production lines run more efficiently.

We will help manage the production through to FOB- freight on board. This is the product, often in a container at a port, packaged and ready to ship in their transit cartons. If required we will introduce our clients to fulfilment and shipping logistic companies that can ship the product from port of origin to their warehouse or direct to their clients.