WORCESTER, Mass., March 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Worcester medical device manufacturer, Cogmedix, welcomes David Fraser as its new Senior Vice President of Operations. The addition is part of a continued effort to broaden and strengthen the company's operational bandwidth as its client roster expands.
"David has an impressive professional background," says Cogmedix Executive Vice President and General Manager, Matt Giza. "He has been in the manufacturing field for over 30 years, holding several leadership roles in operations, planning and supply chain. He has a record of accomplishment in cost and cycle reductions, inventory efficiency, cross-functional team building, and mentoring future leaders. We are confident his skills will help take Cogmedix to new heights in operational excellence and scalable, profitable growth."
Fraser spent many years at EMC, with the last six years as VP, Manufacturing and Worldwide Materials. He is well versed in the principles of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma, and has streamlined operations via focused inventory and manufacturing programs, including VMI, hub strategies and lean manufacturing techniques.
With the addition of David as Senior VP of Operations, Cogmedix will be unifying its manufacturing and supply chain operations under one leader to further improve overall operational efficiency and deep focus on customer satisfaction and service advancement.
Cogmedix is a team of talented Caring Associates that provides turnkey medical device engineering and manufacturing services to medical and dental OEMs. Cogmedix delivers high-quality products to market with compliance, competence, and commitment. Cogmedix aligns itself with innovative companies that maintain similarly high standards in honesty and integrity. Cogmedix is a subsidiary of Coghlin Companies, Inc., a privately held concept-to-commercialization firm spanning four generations. Visit Cogmedix and sign up for the e-Newsletter at www.cogmedix.com.
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