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Biomerics Advances Metals Capabilities and Capacities

Biomerics LLC, a mid-market contract manufacturer for the interventional medical device market, announced that it is doubling its micromachining capacity, as well as adding additional metals capabilities.

The Santa Clara, CA, facility has already added four new Willemin-Macodel machining centers, and eight more systems are scheduled to be installed in the Monroe, CT, facility by mid-2022.

"In only three months since joining the Biomerics family, we have seen an unprecedented increase in demand for our services," stated Jason McCash, Senior VP of Micromachining. "We are installing machines as fast as possible. We are excited to expand and bring our expertise to the Connecticut operation as well."

The Connecticut and Minnesota facilities are also executing expansion plans, including floor space, capital equipment and manufacturing technologies. "We have added a fifth Swiss machine with an integrated laser to the Connecticut facility, as well as additional manufacturing technologies beyond micromachining," said Rich Rosselli, President of Biomerics NLE. "We have installed coil winding in Connecticut, guidewire profile grinding in Minnesota and additional laser tube cutting capability targeted at microcatheters, flexible needles and steerable endoscopic devices."

"I could not be more pleased with the way teams are seamlessly integrating and working together on this significant expansion," said Travis Sessions, CEO of Biomerics. "This increase in demand is exactly what we expected to occur when we started to build out the metals portion of Biomerics over two years ago. The medical device market needs contract manufacturers that can work to the highest quality standards and still be nimble enough to respond to the market's need for speed and scale. Biomerics offers all of this in a single vertically integrated organization."

Biomerics continues to execute its vision of creating end-to-end micro metals solutions for the interventional markets both organically and through strategic acquisition by pursuing vertical integration opportunities in hypotube, MIM and advanced grinding operations.

For more information contact:

Biomerics, LLC

6030 W Harold Gatty Drive

Salt Lake City, UT 84116


Biomerics NLE

246C Main Street

Monroe, CT 06468


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