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By utilizing our custom contract manufacturing and assembly services, you can subcontract different aspects of your business that may not be your in-house core competencies. Discover how Pieceworks, Inc. can help your business. Here are some benefits and questions to consider for custom contract manufacturing.

We Can:

  • Supplement your workforce - Why not consider subcontracting to supplement your existing work force?  If your production is seasonal or you are entertaining additional contracts, you can subcontract without increasing your workforce or expanding your facility. 

  • Maintain Production Quotas - Are you a company that is experiencing rapid growth and expansion?  Are you selling a product online?  Are you prepared for unexpected large orders?  Do you have a facility or staff that can accommodate your increasing production needs? 

  • Meet seasonal demands - For companies who experience a cyclical seasonal demand, you may be challenged with hiring inexperienced temp. workers to produce your product to company standards under stressful deadline conditions.  

  • Optimize in-house resources - Every company has a workforce with strengths.  However, businesses do not always capitalize on their core-competencies because they are pressured to focus on more immediate operational demands.

  • Support for "virtual" businesses - Do you have an idea for a product, but you do not have a facility, skilled employees, manufacturing, assembly or packaging experience?  Is your product sold online but you have limited warehousing and shipping options?  

 

Today, consumers want "Made in the USA" products. We work directly with our clients to create and tailor solutions to resolve their operational and production challenges.  Consider "insourcing" to Pieceworks, Inc. Utilize our custom contract manufacturing services and brand your product “Made in the USA”! 

Here are some Maine vendors who use our services:

Hüga Heated Cushion - https://www.hugaheat.com/

Initial This, Inc. - https://just3letters.com/

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