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Supplier Stories for the Week of January 27

Medbio Inc. announces the opening of a newly renovated 25,000-sq-ft facility adjacent to its current 65,000-sq-ft building. It will provide an additional 12,000 sq ft of cleanroom space and house the company’s medical device and diagnostic assembly and packaging operations. The company offers design and engineering, manufacturing, assembly, and packaging solutions for the medical and biotechnology industries.“Medbio has experienced strong and steady growth, driving the need for additional manufacturing capacity and cleanroom space,” said John Woodhouse, director of sales and marketing for Medbio, in a news statement. “Moving our assembly operations into the new facility allows us to significantly expand existing cleanroom space, enabling us to add several new molding presses.”The addition supports Medbio’s key strategic growth objectives, which include expanding production capabilities, improving operations, and being a high-growth leader in the marketplace, the company stated in the release. “Additionally, this expansion enhances our ability to better support our customers’ growth and provide the best service and lead times possible,” added Woodhouse.Medbio will be exhibiting in Booth #1838 at MD&M West 2019 February 5-7. [Image courtesy of MEDBIO INC.]Editor's Note: If you have news you’d like to submit for potential inclusion in future weekly roundups, please send a press release and any related images to [email protected] with the subject line “Supplier Stories.”
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of January 27.
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