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May 10, 2021
COVID-19 has and continues disrupting the world economy in three distinct waves of lost labor, material scarcity, and the final potential impact of quality deterioration. Current material shortages and supply chain disturbance are the natural COVID-19 offspring. Quarantines didn’t just isolate people from one another but also the materials and equipment necessary for sustained economic prosperity. Value addition lingered in suspended animation while everyone attempted interpreting an “essential worker” definition. Shared partnership burden risks and strategic material positioning may provide relative continuity until restored standard electronic component flow.
March 8, 2021
March 2021 COVID-19 Update March 8, 2021 by Sam Hanna | News coronavirus, COVID-19 The safety of our associates and customers will always be the top priority at QMS, as we remain fully operational serving our business partners and our community. QMS has diligently followed the safety guidelines published by our Government and we continue […]
April 23, 2020
QMS Selected by Top Canadian Manufacturer to Supply Electronics for Ventilators April 23, 2020 by Sam Hanna | News COVID-19, ventilator QMS is proud to announce being selected by a top Canadian manufacturer to supply electronics for the growing ventilator demand, in the battle against COVID-19. QMS was awarded a contract to manufacture electronic components […]
March 18, 2020
Answers to Concerns Regarding the Coronavirus COVID-19 March 18, 2020 by Jeffrey Cox | News coronavirus, COVID-19 Dear Valued Customer, Many have expressed concerns regarding Quality Manufacturing Services status during the current COVID-19 challenge. Like the Government, our policy is constantly evolving to implement best practices and our intent is to stay open to support […]