Phillips-Medisize’s increased business to benefit Molex plant in Arkansas

Phillips-Medisize today announced a doubling of production for an undisclosed fast-growing medical customer with a take-home diagnostic kit for cancer detection – with benefits for the plant that Phillips-Medisize’s parent Molex runs in Little Rock, Ark. Phillips-Medisize, which is based in Hudson, Wis., did not disclose the identity of the customer, which it described as a leader

Cardiovascular Systems inks partnerships with OrbusNeich, Integer

Cardiovascular Systems (Nasdaq: CSII) announced today that it is expanding its product portfolio through new partnerships with OrbusNeich and Integer. The OrbusNeich partnership makes St. Paul, Minn.–based CSI the exclusive U.S. distributor of Hong Kong–based OrbusNeich‘s balloon products. The deal with Frisco, Texas–based Integer (NYSE: ITGR) involves Integer producing CSI-branded Zilient guidewires. Cardiovascular Systems CEO

Secant Group officials think they’ve cracked vascular regeneration: Here’s how

Secant Group today announced what it described as game-changing technology to advance vascular regeneration, solving problems that surgeons presently have when it comes to vascular harvesting and the non-resorbable synthetic graft compliance mismatching. The technology, which Secant (Telford, Pa.) developed in partnership with its sister company SanaVita Medical, involves a synthetic small bore vessel with a hollow

How startup Nanowear partnered with Secant: It took a year and a lot of meetings

Nanowear, which creates cloth-based diagnostic monitoring nanosensor technology, has entered into an exclusive, worldwide supply-chain partnership agreement with The Secant Group for scaled manufacturing and production of its medical-grade cloth-based nanosensor technology. Under the agreement, Nanowear and The Secant Group will have the collective obligation for marketing the technology and associated products. Nanowear received FDA 510(k) clearance for its remote congestive heart

Bringing medical device manufacturing back to the U.S.: Here’s how it’s done

Here’s an inside look at one organization’s decision to bring medical device manufacturing back onshore. John Thomas, Bonifacio Consulting Services Deciding where and how to manufacture a product is without a doubt one of the most important decisions a medical device OEM faces. This decision has many implications, from the overall successful manufacture of the product

Medical device companies: These 15 performed the best in 2017

Updated Jan. 5, 2018 Among the most successful medical device companies of 2017, there were two themes: innovation and breadth of services. That was the major takeaway of an MDO analysis of the stock performance of the 100 largest publicly traded medtech companies in the world. What does innovation mean? Think Align Technology (Nasdaq:ALGN) and

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Qosina promotes Scott Herskovitz to CEO spot

Qosina (Ronkonkoma, N.Y.) has promoted Scott Herskovitz to president and CEO of the company – a global supplier of single-use components to the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Herskovitz was previously VP of sales and marketing at the company. Scott Herskovitz takes over Qosina from his dad Stuart Herskovitz, who remains board chairman. “I am very excited about

Teknor Apex veteran Robert Brookman dies

Robert Brookman – a vinyl compounding industry expert with 50 years of experience – died last November at the age of 83, according to Teknor Apex Co. (Pawtucket, R.I.), where Brookman was most recently VP of business development. Brookman joined Teknor Apex about 20 years ago after holding executive positions with other compounding companies, with a focus

Dip molding medical device products: What you need to know

When it comes to dip molding products with emulsions of liquid rubber, it is necessary to complete a series of process steps to assure proper formation, vulcanization and finish treatment to meet the customer’s needs in the final application. Mark Agee, Kent Elastomer Products Dip molding can enable the creation of durable medical device parts in

How and when to outsource product development

Sometimes, it makes sense for a medtech company to outsource product development to bring their device to market faster and more efficiently. editor Sarah Faulkner spoke to Minnetronix‘s VP of business development and marketing, Jim Reed, about how and when medtech companies should consider outsourcing product development to a partner.  Faulkner: How should companies

Phillips-Medisize, Dance Biopharm ink deal for inhaled insulin device

Privately-held biotech Dance Biopharm and Phillips-Medisize have entered into a joint development deal for a connected drug-delivery device for inhaled insulin. The agreement gives Phillips-Medisize, which already designs and manufactures devices for Dance, the development work for future enhancements of Dance’s devices, as well as commercial manufacturing of the inhaled insulin delivery device when it gets to the market.

10 companies to check out at BIOMEDevice San Jose

BIOMEDevice San Jose is an opportunity for thousands of medtech engineers and executives to come together and network. The annual event, created by UBM, is an industry showcase that allows various medtech manufacturers and suppliers to tout their expertise. This year’s event takes place at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., Dec. 6

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Phillips-Medisize showing off respiratory device capabilities at DDL2017

Phillips-Medisize will be exhibiting at the Drug Delivery to the Lungs Conference in Scotland next month, providing a chance to further tout its respiratory device capabilities. The Hudson, Wis.–based contract manufacturer boasts more than 30 years at the forefront of inhalation technology. The company’s experience ranges from feasibility to selecting the right components – all the way through

Everything you need to know about medical device creation

Medtech development is hard. Medical device creation can require manufacturing know-how in areas as wide-ranging as electrical components, high-performance polymers, molding and machining – and that doesn’t even include the required expertise in design, regulatory requirements and achieving reimbursement. The good news is that the companies serving the medical device industry have become specialized experts. Through

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Proto Labs acquires Rapid Manufacturing Group

Proto Labs has recently entered a definitive agreement that allows them to acquire Rapid Manufacturing Group. The company has agreed to purchase Rapid Manufacturing for $120 million – broken down into $110 million in cash and $10 million in Proto Labs stock. The transaction is set to close by the end of this year. The