Avon, MA (PRWEB) March 31, 2016
New Health Sciences, Inc. (NHSi), a medical technology company focused on innovations that improve transfusion therapy, announced the relaunch of its manufacturing facility in Avon, MA under the name NHS Manufacturing (NHSM). NHSi acquired the FDA registered facility from KS Manufacturing in April 2015 to support internal product development and manufacturing needs. But it also recognized that there was a promising contract manufacturing business and a set of core competencies in medical device disposable manufacturing, capital equipment assembly and distribution that could continue to serve the medical technology community in the Boston area.
Since the acquisition, NHSi has made substantial investments in the manufacturing facility, employee training, and process development in preparation for the relaunch. According to Jimmy Devarie, the NHSM Plant Manager, “the experienced team at NHSM is committed to providing the most effective option for medical device manufacturing needs while also emphasizing compliance, cost effectiveness and efficiency.” Major improvements include the expansion of the manufacturing area, updates to the clean room systems, improvements to the warehouse systems, and installation of a new machine shop.
“We are proud to be launching NHS Manufacturing with the goal of providing efficient, responsive medical device prototyping and contract manufacturing capabilities for the vibrant med tech community in Boston.” Stated Martin Cannon, CEO of NHSi. NHSM currently employees 6 people in the Avon facility and looks forward to being a consistent growing employer in the region.
New Health Sciences Manufacturing in Avon, Massachusetts is a subsidiary of New Health Sciences Inc. with corporate headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, and a research and development facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts. NHSi acquired the assets of KS Manufacturing in 2015 and has continued to provide medical technology companies with customized solutions, competitive pricing and quality product for their manufacturing needs. For more information, visit http://www.nhsmanufacturing.com.