A contract manufacturer of medical device components, the Biotech Manufacturing Center of Texas (BMC) was founded in 2004. Over that time we have helped numerous start-ups through the BMC incubator program and provided contract manufacturing services to existing medical device companies. Our reputation precedes us and we have grown via word of mouth referrals.
Our medical device manufacturing experience benefits entrepreneurs, inventors and established businesses.
Our staff has significant experience in manufacturing operations, project management and real-world business protocols, including Six Sigma capabilities and related onsite training to improve efficiency and reduce costs, as well as Lean Manufacturing that can make your project run smoothly, decreasing time to market and get it completed on budget.
Collectively we have more than 70 years experience in the medical industry and have spent 63 years in engineering. Each of the individuals who contributes to our team is a respected expert in their field.
For example, some of our team members have:
- 30+ Years Experience in:
- 20+ Years Experience in:
- Injection Molding
- Quality Assurance
- Project Management
- ISO Systems
- 10+ Years Experience in:
- Six Sigma Manufacturing
- Lean Manufacturing
- Total Quality Management (TQM)
- 5+ Years Experience in:
The BMC is FDA registered and is the only biotechnology business incubator in the nation with a broad range of full-scale medical device manufacturing equipment under one roof.
To help inventors and small businesses get their product to market we also offer technical guidance, business development advice and have seasoned manufacturing professionals and engineers on staff to assist with technical issues. The positive atmosphere at the BMC encourages both research and development and promotes efficiencies in production and assembly.
Located in Athens, Texas, the BMC has a mission to bring work back to the area by creating jobs and job-training opportunities through serving the needs of early-stage medical device manufacturing companies. We achieve this through our alliance with the Trinity Valley Community College and by encouraging existing and start-up medical device companies to set root in Athens.
By growing the pool of skilled labor, businesses in both the Athens’ Medical Park and the Industrial Park have access to a highly trained workforce at non-metro rates. This use of our local, ready-made labor has helped businesses realize cost-saving benefits that outweigh out-sourcing manufacturing internationally.