Titan Spine (Mequon, Wis.) has opened a new distribution facility in Memphis, Tenn. to help meet the growing demand of the company’s NanoLock surface technology.
The new facility expands the company’s footprint by more than 20,000 sq. ft and will be used to distribute NanoLock and other products from future launches. The facility is also located near a FedEx world distribution hub that will allow Titan Spine to extend its shipment hours if necessary.
“As the demand for our NanoLock surface implants has continued to grow across the U.S., we recognized the need to strategically increase our distribution capacity to supply current and future demand,” Mark Berg, executive VP of global operation at Titan Spine, said in a press release. “Our Memphis Distribution Center (MDC) offers an optimal solution that builds upon the efforts of our prior distribution partner. We are excited to further improve logistics for our surgeon and distributor customers who recognize the significance and uniqueness of NanoLock’s very specific ability to promote a nano-fusion.”
NanoLock is a surface technology that has enhanced micro- and nano-scaled architecture that has been proven to improve the osteogenic response that it creates. It originally launched in October 2016 after it was cleared by the FDA in late 2014. It uses roughened topographies at the macro, micro and nano levels to create an optimal host-bone response for the fusion process and promote bone growth.