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In'Tech Medical Announces Record Revenue Growth in 2014

The company posted new record in 2014 with Q1 revenue of $10.7 million.

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The company posted new record in 2014 with Q1 revenue of $10.7 million

(PRWEB) May 28, 2014

In’Tech Medical SAS (http://www.intech-medical.com), a trusted developer of high quality surgical instruments for the Orthopaedic market, announced strong growth and momentum in 2014.

Following on the footsteps of a record-breaking year in 2013, with revenue of $37 million, the company posted new record in 2014 with Q1 revenue of $10.7 million. These results compare to revenue of $7.7 million in the year-ago quarter highlights a 38% growth. US Sales accounted for 29% of the quarter’s revenue.

Laurent Pruvost, In’Tech Medical President, said, “Our first quarter results are further evidence that our global strategy is on target. We are delivering balanced growth, with a strong performance in both Europe and the United States. We take those results as a testimony that our dedication to personalized customer care coupled with our relentless focus on quality is precisely what customers are looking for.”

The company will be exhibiting at the Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition (i.e. OMTEC – Booth #730), June 11-12th in Chicago (http://www.omtecexpo.com). The team is looking forward to connect with industry professionals looking for the latest innovations, or high quality off-the-shelf technologies.

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Founded in France in 2000, In’Tech Medical is a privately held manufacturer of surgical instruments, specialized in Orthopaedic. With a team of 280 dedicated employees, offices and production facilities in both Europe and the United States, the company is ideally positioned for sustainable growth and personalized customer care. In’Tech is proud to offer a comprehensive range of elegant “off-the-shelf” surgical instruments as well as cutting-edge systems, such as its proprietary “MIS Retractor.”


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