Nexcore Technology, which last year acquired Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing, said this week that it’s merging the operations into a new contract manufacturing entity, NextPhase Medical Devices.
NextPhase, which is owned by private equity shop Kidd & Co., is a low- to medium-volume outsource partner based in Waldwick, N.J., and facilities in Rochester, N.H., and Tijuana. It specializes in complex electro-mechanical capital equipment and single-use instruments and disposable medical devices.
“NextPhase will continue to further its position as a leading contract manufacturer of both [electronic manufacturing services] and single-use disposables. We will also strive to put into everyday practice the careful attention to our customer’s needs, which includes the highest quality products, a LEAN-focused manufacturing culture, and the superb service that all of our customers deserve,” president & CEO Carlo Colesanti said in prepared remarks.
“At NextPhase we are extremely customer focused and offer exceptional quality, responsiveness, and the passion to exceed our customer’s expectations. We also possess the critical capability to optimize medical device outsourcing costs in the design, manufacture, and service of both single-use disposable devices and capital equipment from a single partner,” added sales & marketing SVP Robert Olsen.