Webinar: US-Mexico Integration for Global Competitiveness, DJO's Success Story
The Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (Tijuana-EDC) will host a live webinar, “US-Mexico Integration for Global Competitiveness” on Thursday, March 31, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PST.
The webinar focuses on the role of the DJ Orthopedics (DJO) Tijuana plant in positioning the company as a global player. If you are considering a near shore manufacturing operation, this is a webinar you won’t want to miss. You’ll get first-hand experience from a DJO C-level executive.
Guest speaker, Luke T. Faulstick, CEO and Executive Vice President of DJO Global Inc., will explain how DJO expanded from a local company into a global phenomenon through a near shore manufacturing strategy. Gain insight on how a bi-national operation was a key element to DJO’s global success.
Faulstick will share DJO’s supply chain integration and business opportunities. While there are many concerns for companies looking to relocate and expand operations in Tijuana, Faulstick will present the facts, debunk the myths, and touch on production quality, productivity, work force training and job retention in the U.S.
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About DJ Orthopedics DJO is a leading global developer, manufacturer and distributor of high-quality medical devices that provide solutions for musculoskeletal health, vascular health and pain management. The Company's products address the continuum of patient care from injury prevention to rehabilitation after surgery, injury or from degenerative disease. www.DJOglobal.com
The Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (Tijuana-EDC/DEITAC in Spanish) was founded in 1989. As a non-profit organization, the Tijuana-EDC is dedicated in helping various companies take advantage of the benefits found in the Tijuna-San Diego Mega Region. Visit www.tijuana-edc.com for more information.
NAPS is a premier shelter company in Mexico providing start-up and ongoing administration for companies manufacturing in Mexico. NAPS facilitates the relocation and expansion of labor intensive processes mainly along the border region of Mexico. Since 1991, NAPS has played a key role in ensuring the success of 70 Mexico manufacturing operations including: Esterline, Hewlett Packard, Intuitive Surgical, JAE, Monster Cable, Parker Hannifin, Speck Products, Toyota & Qualcomm. For more info about NAPS and the shelter services in Mexico we offer please visit www.napsmexico.com