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Supplier Stories for the Week of May 3

<p><a href="">Inventus Power</a>, a supplier of lithium-ion battery packs, chargers, and power supplies to medical device OEMs, is supporting increased demands during the global pandemic. The company has experience with a range of Class I, II and III medical applications, including respiratory ventilators, aspirators, ventricular assist devices, infusion pumps, diagnostic and imaging equipment, and other critically needed medical devices.</p><p>“I am very proud of our employees across the globe for their resolve and unwavering commitment to our customers. They are truly living our core values and playing a part in this global fight against COVID-19,” said <a href="">Patrick Trippel</a>, president and CEO, in a news release.</p><p>Inventus Power is prepared to support customer needs at its ISO 13485 certified manufacturing sites in the United States, Mexico, and China, ramping up its global supply resources and production capacity. The company is also ensuring the safety of Inventus Power employees by following necessary protocol and implementing workplace safety accommodations for all essential staff who remain onsite.</p><p>[Image courtesy of INVENTUS POWER]</p>
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of May 3, with many suppliers responding to needs in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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