TE Connectivity (NYSE:TEL) today reported its healthcare sales were up 7% to $179 million for the first quarter of its 2020 fiscal year. Schaffhausen, Switzerland-based TE Connectivity reported overall sales of $3.2 billion for the quarter ended Dec. 27, 2019, down -5% from the same quarter one year ago. Earnings per share of $1.21 exceeded Wall […]
TE Connectivity is looking to lay off 86 employees from its Worcester, Mass.-based facilities, according to a Massachusetts Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act report. The layoffs come as the company looks to close down a cable-manufacturing facility in the city, and will proceed through to March of next year, according to a Boston Business Journal […]
Consolidation is increasingly shaping the medical device industry, but what about players on the other side of the fence? Medtech contract manufacturing partners to OEMs are seeing their own abundance of M&A as larger players look to expand their influence and keep up with increasing demand. Over the past four years, the medical device industry […]
TE Connectivity has acquired MicroGroup, a Medway, Mass.–based provider of precision metal shafts for medical devices. The deal, which TE Medical SVP and general manager Paraic Curtis announced in a message to customers on May 1, is but the latest in a number of acquisitions TE has made in recent years to strengthen its medical device […]
TE Connectivity (NYSE:TEL) said today that it agreed to pick up Irish medical device maker Creganna Medical for $895 million in cash. Cregganna, which is owned by private equity shop Permira Funds, posted sales of $250 million last year, Schaffhausen, Switzerland-based TE Connectivity said. “We expect our interventional sales post Creganna will increase to well […]
SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland – February 18, 2015 – TE Connectivity Ltd. (NYSE: TEL), a world leader in connectivity, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AdvancedCath for $190 million USD in cash.
AdvancedCath is a leading source of advanced catheter systems, with estimated 2015 revenues of $60 million. The company combines best-in-class technologies with industry-leading expertise in lifesaving therapy areas.
The acquisition complements and significantly expands TE’s connectivity and sensor position in the attractive, high-growth interventional space of the medical market. Further, it will allow TE to provide more complete integrated solutions to customers.