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Supplier Stories for the Week of March 1

<p><a href="">Oliver Healthcare Packaging</a> has opened a new office and technical development center and expanded its team in Singapore. The technical development center will enable customers to work directly with technical experts to design, troubleshoot, and test their medical packaging.</p><p>“Since establishing our regional headquarters in Singapore in 2018, Oliver has experienced outstanding growth in the Asia-Pacific region,” stated Aldin Velic, general manager—Southeast Asia for Oliver, in a news release. “Building solid sales, marketing, and technical teams has allowed us to help customers navigate a strict regulatory environment, while providing them with the highest quality materials to meet their application needs. We are excited to fully support our customers’ packaging needs from design through testing, and our investments further underscore the partnership approach and technical expertise that truly differentiates Oliver in the market.” </p><p>Added Michael Benevento, Oliver’s president & CEO: “Oliver is proud to increase our footprint in Southeast Asia with a beautiful new office and an expanded team. Driven by the continued entry of global multinational medical device manufacturers, plus an active MedTech innovation community, the medical device industry in this region is poised for robust growth, with Singapore playing a central role. Oliver will continue to invest in Southeast Asia to best support the needs of our customers.” </p><p>In the above image, Velic is shown in the middle while Benevento is left of Velic in the blue tie.</p><p>[Image courtesy of OLIVER HEALTHCARE PACKAGING] </p>
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of March 1.
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