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5 Orthopedic & Spine Device Company Expansions Featured

Written by  Carrie Pallardy | Thursday, 28 February 2013 19:59
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Pioneer Surgical Technology, based in Marquette, Mich., will open a new plant in Konstanz Germany. The company has created Pioneer Surgical Technology Deutzchland to service its growing German market.  
Symmetry Surgical, based in Nashville, has partnered with Italian device company Biocommerciale. The partnership will allow Symmetry Surgical to expand its portfolio of surgical instruments to the European market, part of the company's effort to forge a global presence. Symmetry Surgical has also signed a distribution agreement with MTG Medical Technologies, allowing the company to expand distribution to the markets of Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and Switzerland.

Alphatec Spine has expanded into the global market. The company has signed a supply agreement that allows Alphatec Spine exclusive worldwide rights to market and sell an anchored, zero-profiles anterior cervical interbody device.  

TranS1 has reached a distribution agreement with Beijing Jiade Sunshine, allowing the company to expand into the Chinese market with the exception of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

Iconancy Orthopedic Implants in Warsaw plans to add 50 new jobs by 2015 and invest $2.6 million to lease a new 50,000-square-foot facility.
 
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5 Orthopedic & Spine Device Company Expansions

 

Pioneer Surgical Technology, based in Marquette, Mich., will open a new plant in Konstanz Germany. The company has created Pioneer Surgical Technology Deutzchland to service its growing German market.  

 

Symmetry Surgical, based in Nashville, has partnered with Italian device company Biocommerciale. The partnership will allow Symmetry Surgical to expand its portfolio of surgical instruments to the European market, part of the company's effort to forge a global presence. Symmetry Surgical has also signed a distribution agreement with MTG Medical Technologies, allowing the company to expand distribution to the markets of Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and Switzerland.

 

Alphatec Spine has expanded into the global market. The company has signed a supply agreement that allows Alphatec Spine exclusive worldwide rights to market and sell an anchored, zero-profiles anterior cervical interbody device.  

 

TranS1 has reached a distribution agreement with Beijing Jiade Sunshine, allowing the company to expand into the Chinese market with the exception of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

 

Iconancy Orthopedic Implants in Warsaw plans to add 50 new jobs by 2015 and invest $2.6 million to lease a new 50,000-square-foot facility.

 

More Articles on Devices:

Premia Spine Develops Spine Implant Alternative to Fusion

http://beckersspine.com/orthopedic-a-spine-device-a-implant-news

SpineGuard Receives Russian Approval for PediGuard Spine Device

http://beckersspine.com/orthopedic-a-spine-device-a-implant-news/item/15086-spineguard-receives-russian-approval-for-pediguard-spine-device]

Ascendx Spine Recognized by Southeast Medical Device Association

http://beckersspine.com/orthopedic-a-spine-device-a-implant-news/item/15077-ascendx-spine-recognized-by-southeast-medical-device-association


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