The process begins with our design and production development department, where the customer’s wishes and ideas are mapped out. Next, a design brief is drawn up, which outlines the requirements with regard to e.g. design, electronics and applications, as well as legal and environmental aspects. During step three, we create a prototype. To do this, we make use of e.g. mould flow and FEM simulations. Fred: “Seeing the prototypes for the very first time is always a special moment, especially for engineers. Your idea suddenly becomes tangible.” If the prototype is approved, the actual production process can begin. During this step, we add any electronic components and take care of the decoration. After production, we can assemble all plastic parts and components into semi-finished or finished products. That means we can take over our customers’ entire supply chain. We can do so in Europe, China or anywhere else, since we have production and assembly facilities on almost every continent. Lastly, we also think along about logistical solutions for the product’s distribution.