K2M, Smith & Nephew & more: 9 device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | August 08, 2017 | Print  |

Here are nine device company mergers, acquisitions and agreements that took place in July.

K2M signed a long term exclusive distribution agreement with Japan Medicalnext for the distribution of K2M's spinal technologies.


Dallas-based CTL Medical signed a partnership agreement with G-21 to market G-21's bone cement, kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty technology.


Olympic sprinter James Ellington partnered with Invibio Biomaterial Solutions and CarboFix Orthopedics to support patients recovering from traumatic injuries.


Tissue Regenix reported a proposed acquisition of CellRight Technologies.


The medical device accelerator ZeroTo510 partnered with Smith & Nephew.


LongueVue Capital acquired Zavation Medical Products, a designer and manufacturer of spinal implants, instruments and biologics.


Globus Medical acquired KB Medical, a robotic developer based in Lausanne, Switzerland.


K2M acquired the exclusive license to an expandable spine implants product portfolio, including 17 interbody technology patents.


DePuy Synthes entered an exclusive agreement with Medical Enterprises Distribution.


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