Cortland Biomedical yesterday said it has built a new manufacturing facility for custom textile structures for medical devices.
The Cortland, N.Y.-based facility has certified cleanroom manufacturing spaces with ISO Class 8 cleanrooms for fabric formation and ISO Class 7 cleanrooms for assembly, scouring and post-processing.
“Our team is committed to partnering with our customers to redefine what’s possible from biomedical textile structures customized for their specific applications,” VP os sales John Greco said in a news release. “Our new facility will allow us to create a state-of-the-art manufacturing environment that can support our team’s passion and curiosity to develop the best solutions. We take into account both required performance characteristics and the clinical application to ensure the design is robust for optimal performance and is of the highest quality.”