Tyber Medical plans new $3.8M Pennsylvania facility: 4 things to know

Written by Laura Dyrda | June 05, 2019 | Print  |

Tyber Medical plans to renovate a current facility and build a new one as the company's needs grow, according to a report in Lehigh Valley Live.


Four things to know:

1. The orthopedic device company estimates the new project will cost around $3.8 million and add 44 jobs to its facilities in Bethlehem, Pa.

2. The new 35,000-square-foot building will be more manufacturing space. The company has released 14 spine devices and 25 other orthopedic systems over the past seven years.

3. Tyber Medical received a Pennsylvania First grant totaling $100,000 and $132,000 job creation tax credit on the project.

4. In March, Tyber received a National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research grant of $225,000 for research and development into preventing surgical site infection during orthopedic procedures.

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