Europlaz offers a turnkey contract development and manufacturing service.
For more than 40 years, medical device companies have counted on Europlaz to be their trusted medical manufacturing partner. We have state of the art cleanroom facilities and an emphasis on continuous improvement.
Europlaz understands that each customer is unique, but the need for a consistent supply of a quality product is universal.
We use an established quality management system to ensure:
Every member of the Europlaz team is expected to adhere to the quality management system and to go above and beyond for our customers and the team.
Europlaz has been established for over 40 years and has extensive knowledge and experience in providing development and manufacturing technologies for the medical device, diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries.
Our client base ranges from small start up companies to large international blue-chip medical device suppliers who recognise our commitment to quality and the added value service we provide.
You can discover some of the reasons why our customers choose to work with us here.
As a contract manufacturer, the majority of the work Europlaz does is confidential. This list contains examples of medical devices we have collaborated on with our customers:
The Europlaz Quality System means consistently providing a product that meets or exceeds customer and business requirements and continually improving the effectiveness of its business processes / quality management system (QMS).
This is done by providing enhanced customer satisfaction and business performance through the identification, development, implementation and review of a series of quality objectives, for application at all levels of the organisation. Developing an appropriate and increasingly skilled and motivated workforce through a training plan linked to the Business Plan.
The company is committed to meeting these needs and expectations through an appropriate and relevant QMS, based on the principles of ISO13485:2016, the European Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC, the FDA 21 CFR part 820 Quality System Regulations for Medical devices, and the establishment and delivery of related quality objectives.