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comaker

(kəʊˈmeɪkə)
n
a person who, in addition to a person who is borrowing money, makes a formal promise that a loan will be repaid or a payment made to a creditor, by signing a promissory note
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The comaker company, Smit Kunststoffen, produces finishing panels for viaducts which are developed by Fibercore.
Ryan reported ties to Janssen-Cilag, Pfizer (a maker of etanercept), Galderma, and Abbott (maker of briakinumab and adalimumab), and his associates reported ties to numerous pharmaceutical companies including the above and Centocor (maker of ustekinumab and infliximab), Amgen (comaker of etanercept), and Schering-Plough (a maker of infliximab).
A partnership strategy with selected suppliers fits a product leadership strategy; a team-oriented comaker and codesigner strategy fits customer intimacy while competitive bidding and low-cost outsourcing strategy typically fits an operational excellence strategy.