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OEM

abbr.
original equipment manufacturer
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OEM

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) original equipment manufacturer: a computer company whose products are made by customizing basic parts supplied by others
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Joe Dziedzic: The relationship between the OEM and CMO is continuously evolving in today's dynamic world of company consolidations and regulatory changes.
Critical Capabilities is known for its OEM supply-chain management solutions.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 12 2018] The report "OEM Coatings Market by Formulation (Powder Coatings, Water-borne Coatings, Solvent-borne Coatings, and Radiation Curable Coatings), End-use Industry (Transportation, Consumer Products, and Heavy Equipment & Machinery), and Region - Global Forecasts to 2022", The OEM coatings market is projected to reach USD 69.28 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.7% from 2017 to 2022.
The technological capability enabling this shift-often referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT), which is essentially an advanced version of the sensor and gateway combination used by the oil and gas companies for years now-is changing the OEM business model from one of item-by-item sales transactions to an outcome-based service model.
From the OEM perspective, it would be helpful for CPGs to convey more of their needs and variables in the production operation being planned, to help the OEMs involved understand what's unique or different about a project, and how it all fits together rather than looking at isolated pieces.
According to OEM, ATC Tape Converting's products and solutions supplement its existing product portfolio.
"We announced a proposed transaction to sell our OEM Solutions business and concurrently transfer to Symmetry Medical Inc.'s shareholders ownership in a new company holding our Symmetry Surgical business," Symmetry President/CEO Thomas Sullivan said.
The OEM formulated a team and visited the Mikrotech (www.mikrotech.com) facility to perform an on-site audit.
The business, which distributes electrical components of Germany's Conta-Clip Verbindungstechnik GmbH, was acquired by the Swedish company's unit OEM Automatic Poland, into which it will be integrated as of 5 May, the buyer noted.
His areas of expertise include global vehicle production and capacity forecasting, future product program intelligence, platform consolidation and globalization trends, trade flow/sourcing strategies, and OEM footprint/logistics trends.