A Massachusetts firm reports that it has begun improvements on a leasehold, a new 20,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Costa Rica.
The firm, TechDevice Holdings of Watertown, said it would bring enhanced catheter manufacturing capabilities to its customers and provide a high volume manufacturing option in Costa Rica. The firm also said it had purchased AdvancedCath Technologies located in San Jose, California.
Randall Sword, president of TechDevice said he was excited by the continued expansion of the TechDevice platform to complement and support the firm’s rapid organic growth. “With facilities in Boston, Minneapolis, San Jose and Costa Rica, TechDevice provides a scalable solution to meet our customer’s needs throughout the product life cycle from prototype to pilot manufacturing to high volume manufacturing,” he said.
TechDevice Holdings develops, designs and manufactures highly engineered medical devices, such as catheter and guidewire systems and related components and sub-assemblies including extrusions, balloons, coils, ground cores, and braided sheaths.