Building Confidence Through Non-Traditional Investments

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On June 18, 2014, Jabil held it’s third quarter fiscal year 2014 earning announcement call. In spite of market headwinds, Jabil’s investment in non-traditional EMS markets is starting to build steam. Continue Reading →

In Spite of Headwinds, Jabil Confidently Invests for the Future

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On Wednesday, March 19, 2014, Jabil’s CEO Mark Mondello, talked candidly about the events impacting Jabil over the past quarter. The temporary shift in demand within the Diversified Manufacturing Services business, the pending sale of Jabil’s Aftermarket Services operations, and Jabil’s disengagement with BlackBerry all contributed to a mixed bag of earnings newsContinue Reading →

Jabil Posts Strong Cash Flow from Operations

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In what remains a challenging demand environment, Jabil’s CEO, Mark T. Mondello, remains focused on diversifying the company to deliver continued long-term growth for 2014 and beyond. “We are pleased with our progress on the diversification of our business and the positive benefits it affords the company,” said Mark. Continue Reading →

Automation in April

Quality. Speed. Repetition. Robots are much better at some things than humans. And as customers demand increasingly smaller and more advanced technology at higher volumes, robots deliver, freeing workers to perform more interesting and less dangerous tasks. That’s why, for the entire month of April, Jabil’s Aim Higher blog will share daily features about robots and industrial automation. We’ll share videos, motion graphics, infographics, stories and photos. Don’t miss an article – subscribe to receive weekly updates directly to your inbox.


Jabil and Nypro Exchange Welcomes

From Clinton to China and San Juan to San Diego, Jabil and Nypro employees are visiting operations, interacting, and quickly learning about the opportunities that lay ahead following Jabil’s Nypro acquisition announcement. Conversations quickly lead to how the combined capabilities of the two companies, wielding deep experience in electronics, plastics and materials, will delight existing customers and entice potential customers.

Nypro CEO Ted Lapres, who has been on the road since the announcement in early February, is energized by the meetings. “ We are getting a wonderful reaction from employees, from our customers and from Jabil’s customers about the combined capabilities of our two organizations,” he said. Continue Reading →

Jabil Makes The List Again: World’s Most Admired Companies

Once again, Jabil has been named to Fortunes’s World’s Most Admired Companies list alongside global brands like Intel and Texas Instruments, in the Semiconductor industry.

The 2013 World’s Most Admired Companies list is a report card on corporate reputations as rated by industry executives, directors and analysts.  Voting is by industry on nine criteria, from investment value to social responsibility. This year 687 companies from 30 countries competed in the survey.  Jabil’s announced acquisition of Nypro (a strategic investment to deepen its participation in diversified manufacturing) and inclusion in Newsweek’s Green rankings are great examples of ways Fortune’s most admired companies are different. The competition is tough–to make the list, a company’s score must rank in the top half of its industry survey.

Connecting the Right Medical Device – Can You Hear Me Now?

Part 3 of 6-part series “Interfacing medical devices to the mobile network.” (Graphic courtesy of Tormoen, Inc.)

With the use of mobility technology for remote monitoring, gray areas and unknown variables are being introduced into the medical device ecosystem. Until now, the industry has worked under relatively known scenarios where evaluation and documentation of issues affecting safety, efficacy and security are more or less contained within the physician/patient/device ecosystem. Continue Reading →

Interfacing Medical Devices to the Mobile Network

Part 1 of 6-part series examining the issues and challenges that the medical device industry faces in utilizing the mobile network as part of healthcare monitoring systems. (Graphic courtesy of Tormoen, Inc.)

There is no doubt that we are in an amazing and challenging transition period in healthcare. Reform initiatives have demanded an intensive examination of current, accepted methods of care delivery to find more cost-effective, value-based methods of disease management and treatment. The goal:  drive better patient outcomes while taking significant costs out of the system. Continue Reading →