| Walter Gilde
| Walter Gilde
Here's the latest update, received today, from the Take It To The Top VICE Expedition team:
The Take It To The Top VICE Expedition team has checked in again today, with the following message:
Here's the latest message, received today:
Join us at the 2013 American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo from July 28 to Aug. 1 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.
According to the AACC Annual Meeting web page, "The Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists will be joining AACC for the 2013 Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo – broadening the expertise and making AACC the largest clinical lab expo in the world."
At the AACC Annual Meeting, you can meet leaders in the laboratory medicine industry, discover the latest technology as new products are introduced and learn through lectures, courses and more.
KMC Systems is at booth #2304, so swing by, say hi and check out our robotics technology in action.
“Over our 30-year history, we have manufactured products that touch virtually every segment of the clinical laboratory - clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, immunopathology, hematology, microbiology, molecular diagnostics, coagulation, you name it,” Walter Gilde, Business Development Manager, said.
You can leverage our 30 years of medical instrumentation experience when you schedule a meeting with one of our medical device contract manufacturing, design, development and support service professionals. Make a note in the form to request a meeting with one of the following team members:
Ron Jellison, President
Ron leads the KMC Systems Inc. team.
"Meet with me to discuss ways that our recent strategic growth initiatives can bring value to your organization or company."
Mike Kallelis, VP Business Development
Mike manages all commercial activities at KMC.
"Meet with me to discuss or explore new business opportunities with KMC. My area of expertise is the commercialization of life science technologies."
Scott Leon, Executive Director of Engineering
Scott is responsible for the successful execution of instrument system development for innovative, leading-edge medical diagnostics technologies. He leads a strong, multi-disciplinary engineering development team, provides technical direction and ensures product designs exceed expectations.
“Meet me to learn how the KMC Engineering team may help you meet your medical product development needs from design concept throughout the product lifecycle. I welcome the opportunity to discuss engineering outsourcing.”
Bill St.Onge, Director of Manufacturing
Bill is responsible for delivering quality products to our customers, ensuring on-time delivery for production units, spares and RMAs, and smooth transitions either from our engineering group or outside build-to-print jobs.
"Meet me to discuss how KMC can assist your company in manufacturing. We are a full turn-key company and can assist you in bringing your product to market in a timely manner."
Walter Gilde, Business Development Manager
Walter is responsible for new business development activities focused on the IVD market.
"I am available to discuss KMC’s experience and expertise to design, develop and manufacture IVD instrument systems."
John Geneau, Business Development Manager
John works with companies that offer IVD, life science, and therapeutic instruments, assessing their new instrument development and/or manufacturing needs and providing a path to bring those instruments to market.
"Schedule a meeting with me to learn how KMC may assist you with your instrumentation design and/or manufacturing objectives."
"Developing a new instrument can be a challenging task fraught with many pitfalls," Geneau said, "KMC Systems has the expertise of over 30 years of contract instrument design and manufacturing to provide a program for the design and manufacture of your instrument."
We look forward to meeting you at this year's AACC Annual Meeting and answering all of your medical device manufacturing, development, design and support questions.
Yesterday, we received the following message from the Take It To The Top VICE Expedition team:
This is the third in a three-part series on KMC Systems' medical device quality assurance practices.
The Take It To The Top VICE Expedition team reached Maida Adyr on Saturday. Here's the message we received:
As Austin pointed out in his message from the previous blog post, the Take It To The Top VICE Expedition team experienced altitude sickness while acclimatizing in Ala-Archa National Park. They spent today recovering and are ready for the rest of the expedition.