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Supplier Stories for the Week of October 29

Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of October 29.

  • This is a compilation of the latest news from suppliers in the medical device industry. If you have news you’d like to submit for potential inclusion in this weekly roundup, please send a press release and any related images to [email protected] with the subject line “Supplier Stories.”

  • Boston Centerless has unveiled a new website at The site has been designed to offer resources like videos and product information to customers in a more functional, simple way.

    “We are thrilled to debut our new company website to our customers, partners, and suppliers who are looking to understand the scope of our products and services,” CEO Steven Tamasi said in a press release. “The redesign of our website is yet another way Boston Centerless is committed to creating the best overall customer experience for our customers.”

  • EG-GILERO recently celebrated its 15th year in business.

    In honor of the anniversary, cofounder Ted Mosler toasted the milestone with colleagues. According to a press release, he said, “We have achieved this milestone through the hard work and dedication of our associates and our customers. We have come a long way since the business started in a garage way back in 2002 and we are very excited about our future as the company continues to thrive and grow.”

    Read the press release for more.

    Visit EG-GILERO at Booth #1422 during the MD&M Minneapolis Expo, November 8–9.

  • Element Materials Technology announced that its Minnetonka, MN laboratory has added seven more test methods to its service offering. The company’s implant testing services, which includes several cardiovascular test methods, will be bolstered by as many as 12 test frames focused on hip, knee, spine, and trauma implant testing.

    “We are delighted to add these services to our facility in Minnetonka and further expand our capacity to support our clients,” Rick Sluiters, executive vice president, Aerospace, said in a press release. “The Minneapolis area is a growth hub for medical devices and Minnetonka’s proximity will supplement our leading medical capabilities in the area including medical packaging, environmental, and EMC testing.”

    Read the press release for more.

    Visit Element Materials Technology at Booth #915 during the MD&M Minneapolis Expo, November 8–9.

  • Excelitas Technologies will showcase new products from its X-Cite® Fluorescence Illumination Solutions portfolio during the Neuroscience 2017 meeting in Washington, DC, November 12–15. According to a press release, the company will highlight its next X-Cite FIRE Light Source for fluorescence microscopy, its X-Cite 120LEDmini, and its X-Cite TURBO with LaserLED Hybrid DriveTM solid-state illuminator.

    Read the press release for more.

    Visit Excelitas Technology at Booth #1729 during the MD&M Minneapolis Expo, November 8–9.

  • Sterigenics International LLC has acquired Toxikon Europe N.V., bringing a broad menu of services, including extractables and leachables testing, to the company.

    “Toxikon Europe’s geographic foothold and expert analytical testing platform enable our global expansion and ability to provide significantly greater value to customers,” Michael B. Petras Jr., CEO of Sterigenics International, said in a press release. “We are excited to welcome a strong management team, with over 150 years of aggregate industry experience, and the highly trained Toxikon Europe employees to our company.”

    Read the press release for more.

    Visit Sterigenics International LLC at Booth #1328 during the MD&M Minneapolis Expo, November 8–9.

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