Typically the Mack team rolls out the big show twice a year – MD&M West in Anaheim California in February and MD&M East in New York City in June. We understand that stretch can seem like a long time to see our friendly faces and tap into our expertise. So if you are in medical devices and looking for a design and manufacturing partner, we have just the thing for you – Device Talks Boston!
Taking place Oct. 2, 2017, at the Westin Boston Waterfront, Device Talks Boston featured a full day of world-class education for the med-tech community. With leadership and engineering tracks, the event promises bringing a broad spectrum of industry professionals and decision makers together to share perspectives and network.
Mack Medical, our medical products group, will be on hand to share its expertise in medical product development, program management, quality, regulatory, document control, purchasing, sales and production. We will also be joined by the Company’s engineering arm, Synectic Medical Product Development, which specializes design engineering, creating intellectual property, pre-clinical testing and manufacturing.
The Mack and Synectic Teams are also excited offer a 20% discount on registration. We’re looking forward to seeing you at Booth #510!
Recently Mack retiree Marty Oakland stopped by to give current employees a fly fishing casting lesson. Besides an impressive 36-year tenure with us, today Marty a fishing guide and proprietor of Arlington Vermont’s Quill Gordon Bed & Breakfast along with his wife, Valerie. So on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, today’s Mack team learned how to shoot the line from a Mack legend, catching some grass and even our camera man in the process!
As always, the most important part of the show is meeting friends, old and new, which is why we would like to extend you the invitation to use our promo code INVITE to claim a free expo badge, or get 20% off your conference pass, when registering. We hope this complimentary service helps you to have the most successful presence possible at the show by connecting with more clients and prospects while there.
If you would like to schedule a specific meeting time in our booth, please contact your business development manager, or Joan Magrath, Vice President of Sales & Engineering, at email@example.com or (802) 375-0312.
The MD&M East expo floor is your central hub to share ideas, challenges, and solutions with over 5,000 medtech professionals. For more than 30 years MD&M East has brought together the medical device industry, a perfect fit for Mack – a Company with nearly a century of history.
The Mack senior management and sales teams are putting the final touches on its preparations, including some of the latest products we are manufacturing that illustrate our full complement of abilities as a full-service contract manufacturer with specialties in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, machining and turnkey system assembly. Whether you are interested in Mack Medical, Mack Molding, Mack Technologies, Mack Prototype or Synectic Engineering, our vertically integrated services have been organized to benefit your business throughout the product life cycle.
We look forward to seeing you in the Big Apple – you can find us at Booth No. 1709!
It has come to Mack’s attention residents in the Arlington, Vt., community have been receiving phone calls from purported solar companies, and potentially other services, that appear on caller ID to be coming from a phone number associated with Mack.
Mack is committed to being a good steward of the community, including its protection from fraud, and has alerted its phone carrier’s technical and fraud teams of the calls. It is important to note these calls are not originating from the Mack phone exchange or the Company’s network. Unfortunately, in the age of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) it is easy for callers to deliberately falsify the information transmitted to caller ID to disguise their identity. Known as “spoofing,” this technique is often used to trick someone into giving away personal information that can be used for fraudulent activity.
Spoofing for fraudulent gain is prohibited in the U.S., which is why Mack is working with its carrier to reduce the risk of being spoofed. This activity is hard to combat, however, and the best way to defend against it is to be informed and vigilant. Never offer personal information to an unexpected caller, and if you receive a call from someone claiming to be from a familiar company or government agency hang up and call a verified number for that entity. For more information on how to protect yourself, visit www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/spoofing-and-caller-id.