Category: Tegra Medical
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FRANKLIN, MA – August 13, 2012 – Tegra Medical is pleased to announce the promotion of Walter Gacek to Vice President of Business Development.
“I am delighted to have Wally join our management team,” said Rob Pietrafesa, Tegra’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “His record of success in developing new business and cultivating strong customer relationships, along with his determined focus on customer service and satisfaction will be instrumental in driving our continued growth.”
FRANKLIN, MA, May 17, 2012 --Tegra Medical is pleased to announce that Robert E. Pietrafesa has joined the company as President and Chief Executive Officer.
Boston Scientific plans to add 250 workers to its operations in Costa Rica.
Boston Scientific Corp. (NYSE:BSX) plans to hire 250 new employees for its manufacturing operation in Latin America, according to a report from Costa Rica.
The Natick, Mass.-based medical device maker is expanding its engineering, production, quality control and process development roles in Heredia, just outside the capital city of San José. BSX also has a plant in Alajuela, Costa Rica, according to Inside Costa Rica.
FAX: (508) 553-4100
Provides contract manufacturing and assembly services
Tegra Medical has provided premium quality contract manufacturing and assembly services for the medical device industry for over 20 years. Our markets include orthopaedics, minimally-invasive surgery, interventional therapies, and others, such as diabetes and pain management that require a high level of precision. With an exclusive focus on medical device manufacturing, we answer our customers’ needs for Solutions, Speed, and Service:
Solutions – you need innovative problem solvers. You can rely on our medical manufacturing experts, from design for manufacturability and assembly, to prototyping, to final device assembly and packaging.
Tegra Medical acquires Penn United Technologies Inc.'s manufacturing operation San Jose, Costa Rica, in a tax-free trade zone.
Tegra Medical acquired a San Jose, Costa Rica-based manufacturing plant.
The Franklin, Mass.-based contract manufacturer bought the 20,000-square-foot facility from Penn United Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of metal components and assemblies. Tegra currently has 200,000 square feet in manufacturing space across four locations.
Private equity firm Riverside Partners acquires a majority stake in CTW Inc. to bolster the manufacturing capabilities of one of its existing portfolio companies, Tegra Medical of Franklin, Mass.
Riverside Partners is wasting little time putting its latest private equity fund to work, announcing the acquisition of a majority stake in a contract manufacturing company in Mississippi and partnering the new acquisition with Franklin, Mass.-based Tegra Medical.
The new pact is intended to extend both companies' reach with OEMs in the orthopedic market. In particular, South Hernando, Miss.-based CTW Inc. has a strong position producing components for spine and trauma devices as well as knee, hip and dental applications. The company was founded in 1976, but has focused solely on precision medical device manufacturing since 2000.