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OEM Manufacturing

OEM Manufacturing

Our OEM Manufacturing capabilities have been tested by Fortune 500 medical device manufacturers since 1972 and we have yet to disappoint.  Our core strength is our working relationships with our customers.  We are craftsmen at heart, but listeners by trade.  Our highly interactive design process has been tuned over the years by working with the best engineers in the business.  We can’t patent the value of that process, but we can show you what it means as we enter into a joint developmental journey that will result in your uniquely built product.

Our specialization with IV stands, rolling carts and clamps saves you time and money on your path to product launch.  Outside engineering firms are available to you, but you will spend as much time educating them about our industry and its demands, as you will on designing the product itself. And all that education time falls under the category of “billable hours” to a design firm.  At Pryor, we put you on the fast track to budget and product launch success.


  • Medical device industry focus.
  • IV stand, rolling cart and clamp design specialization.
  • Certification and testing familiarity.
  • Internal testing to shorten your approval cycle

Designed Right

  • Safety-first design maximizes customer’s satisfaction.
  • Our engineers know what works and what fails.
  • Material selection that matches the design at hand.
  • Your requirements coupled with our expertise leads to product excellence.

Custom Built

  • Our products are as unique as your ideas, and no two are alike.
  • Manufacturing and assembly processes are pre-configured for cost control.
  • All aspects of building, assembling, shipping and receiving are considered.
  • Most products are touched by over 30 employees before they hit your dock.
  • Training and safety of employees maximize uptime and quality at every stop.


  • Well executed operations planning safeguards delivery timelines.
  • Operations scale from a single shift, five-day schedule, all the way up to 7 x 24.
  • Dynamic machining allocation stretches capacity well beyond competitive methods.
  • Planning starts with the first day of your design cycle and is tuned with your input.
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