107,000

COMBINED SQUARE FOOTAGE IN FOUR STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES DEVOTED TO LARGE AND SMALL BATCH PROJECTS

167%

INCREASE IN TRIANGLE ASSOCIATE WORKFORCE SINCE 2005

160,240

TOTAL NUMBER OF SHIFT HOURS RUN OVER THE COURSE OF ONE YEAR

Our Approach

Manufacturing is defined as the process of converting raw materials into a finished product. At Triangle, manufacturing isn’t just about production, it’s about quality, consistency and precision.

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Our focus on exceptional quality has made us a preferred provider to some of the world’s leading OEMs. In the medical device industry, quality, consistency and precision are essential. We understand there is no room for error. Clients need to know that each and every tool, device or part is perfect. That’s why we maintain a robust quality system to monitor each and every phase of a project, providing peace of mind to our clients every step of the way.

We also assist our clients in meeting regulatory requirements from design transfer through sustained production and product lifecycle. As the medical device industry evolves, Triangle stays ahead of the latest requirements, ensuring we’re equipped to support our clients’ changing needs.

“Triangle Manufacturing is different because they have the experience and the people to get the job done right and on time.” Roy S., Triangle Client

Our Capabilities

We pride ourselves on delivering quality products precisely when our clients need them. We know the importance of managing inventory for optimum customer service and profitability. That’s why we offer some of the most sophisticated inventory management systems in the industry. We provide:

  • Order-to-ship cycle times as fast as 48 hours
  • Small-Batch Production Capability with NO premium for short runs
  • Pull Production using Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI)

Our Quality System Support includes:

  • Equipment and Process Validation – IQ, OQ, PQ
  • Device Master Records
  • Device History Records
  • Control Plans
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Process Capacity Studies
  • Process Failure Mode Effect and Analysis

 

“There are many unpredictable challenges that come along with working in operations and a manufacturing environment. As each one is overcome, I learn something new and am proud of myself and the team for what we have accomplished together.” Laura T. Senior Buyer Planner