June 16, 2010

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This Week In Brief: June 15, 2010

Orthofix International has selected Omni Components Corp. (Hudson, NH) as its 2009 Supplier of the Year for spinal implant products. The supplier is an ISO 9001- and ISO 13485-certified provider of precision machining services and engineered solutions using CNC Swiss, milling and turning, vertical milling, and EDM technologies. 

Agion Technologies (Wakefield, MA), a provider of customized antimicrobial products based on ionized silver, has announced the launch of the Medical Device Market Acceleration Program (MedMAP), which offers medical device manufacturers a service designed to accelerate the development and regulatory clearance of 510 (k) and CE devices that feature the company's antimicrobial protection. MedMAP helps to efficiently move products from concept to development, through regulatory approvals to commercialization, according to the company.

Dolomite (Charlestown, MA) has unveiled a redesigned Web site, which it claims boasts a vibrant new look, clearer design, and easier navigation. Features of the new site include news updates, download sections, a search function, and central navigation across the site.

Ametek Inc. (Paoli, PA) says that it has acquired privately held Technical Services for Electronics (TSE; Arlington, MN) for an undisclosed amount. With reported annual sales of $50 million, TSE makes engineered interconnect products for ultrasound, neurostimulation, patient-monitoring, and other medical applications. Ametek, a manufacturer of electric motors and battery chargers, bought TSE from Pfingsten Partners LLC, a private equity firm in Chicago. TSE will become part of Ametek's electromechanical group, which supplies electrical interconnects, specialty metals, technical motors, floor-care motors, and specialty motors.

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