Original Equipment Manufacturer

Original Equipment Manufacturer

Original Equipment Manufacturer Jonathan Poland

An OEM (original equipment manufacturer) is a company that produces parts or equipment that is used in the manufacture of another company’s products. OEMs typically produce components or subsystems that are then integrated into the final product by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). OEMs can be found in a variety of industries, including automotive, electronics, and medical equipment. OEMs are different from aftermarket manufacturers, who produce replacement parts or accessories for products that have already been sold to consumers.

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A popular brand of car stereo that are offered as standard or optional equipment on vehicles.

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A brand of solar panels that are offered by a builder of new homes.

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A brand of zippers that are included in the products of other fashion brands.

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