Contract manufacturer Cadence announced the addition of an ISO Class 8 cleanroom at its headquarters located in Staunton, Va. The new cleanroom will be used for the development and manufacturing of novel medical devices.
“We are excited about expanding the capabilities at our Virginia facility,” said Cadence operations VP Chris McHugh in a news release. “The addition of this new cleanroom, combined with our state-of-the-art facility and engineering resources, allows us to be more vertically integrated for our customers’ most complex products.”
Cadence manufactures blades and needles and also offers machining, tube fabrication, laser processing, metal stamping, finished device manufacturing and assembly. It also has locations in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Wisconsin.