Navigation Links
Riemer Named President of Medical Device Manufacturer MRPC
Date:2/25/2010

MRPC, a single-source provider of silicone molding, two-material molding and micro-molding for medical device components and assemblies, has promoted Greg Riemer to company president.

Butler, Wis. (Vocus) February 25, 2010 -- MRPC, a single-source provider of silicone molding, two-material molding and micro-molding for medical device components and assemblies, has promoted Greg Riemer to company president.

Riemer had been serving as MRPC’s chief operating officer of the 89-year-old Wisconsin company. The promotion marks the completion of a three-year succession plan.

“Greg’s hands-on experience, coming in the midst of the worst recession our generation has ever known, coupled with his twenty years of industry experience in the plastic, rubber and silicone molding area, provides him with the tools appropriate to lead MRPC,” said John W. Schlump, MRPC’s chief executive officer. “During the last three years, Greg has built an executive leadership team to support the strategic growth plan for the company.”
In his six years with MRPC, Riemer has been among those at the company instrumental in guiding the firm’s focus on medical/life science device manufacturing and engineering services. In the past two years, MRPC has made multi-million dollar enhancements to its Butler manufacturing facility, including the addition of two new clean rooms and four new molding machines at the 100-employee company.

“MRPC has made many tremendous technological advancements and we have a great team throughout,” said Riemer, who is the grandson of MRPC’s founder. “We’re on the leading edge of a growing industry and I’m really excited about our prospects.”

Riemer, a Pewaukee resident,
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2010 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved  

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Amyris Biotechnologies Co-Founder Neil Renninger Named to Technology Reviews Prestigious TR35 List of Top Young Innovators
2. Todd R. Nelson Named Chief Executive Officer of eBioscience, Inc.
3. Miaxis Biometrics Named as Red Herring 100 Asia Award Winner for 2007
4. Dr. Keith Wilson Named President and Chief Scientific Officer of Takeda San Diego
5. Hyaluron Contract Manufacturing Named a 2007 Economic Impact Award Finalist
6. Kiwa Bio-Tech Named Recommended Brand by the China Green Food Association
7. Baxter Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index for Ninth Consecutive Year
8. PharmAthene Named as Contractor in $13.9 Million Award Notice Published by the Department of Health and Human Services
9. Ikaria Founding Scientist Named 2007 MacArthur Fellow
10. BoVir(R) Named Best New Veterinary Diagnostics Product in International Animal Pharm Awards
11. Abbott Named One of the Best Places to Launch a Career by BusinessWeek
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
Riemer Named President of Medical Device Manufacturer MRPC 
(Date:8/1/2014)... 02, 2014 For the past ... under the auspices of the Armed Forces Institute ... of academic research organizations in the development of ... AFIRM is a multi-institutional, inter¬disciplinary network working to ... injuries suffered by US servicemen and women in ...
(Date:8/1/2014)... of topological electron flow in certain semiconductors. In ... of the material but not through the bulk. ... impurities in the material the electrons will continue to ... In the photonic equivalent, light flows not through and ... of an array of tiny glass loops fabricated on ...
(Date:8/1/2014)... Shreveport, LA (PRWEB) August 01, 2014 Chantel ... to conduct research for 10 40-hour weeks with Dr. Juan ... effects of diabetic retinopathy, a common diabetic eye disease caused ... , "What Chantel and Eli accomplished is quite remarkable,” ... was only a concept when they started, and together carried ...
(Date:8/1/2014)... Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. ... technology and product authentication solutions, will host a conference ... fiscal third quarter results. The Quarterly Report on Form ... end of the day on Monday August 11, 2014. ... a conference call beginning at 9:00 A.M. Eastern Daylight ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Wounded Warriors a Focus of the 12th New Jersey Symposium on Biomaterials Science 2On-chip topological light 2On-chip topological light 3Two Centenary College Students Tackle Diabetic Retinopathy Research 2Applied DNA Sciences to Host Conference Call Tuesday August 12, 2014 2Applied DNA Sciences to Host Conference Call Tuesday August 12, 2014 3
... 2008,November 4th through 9th,in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, MISGAV, ... is pleased to announce encouraging preliminary data for ... I/II clinical trial of Medgenics, EPODURE Biopump,for providing ... kidney,disease, is underway. The current trial is designed ...
... Sunesis,Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNSS ), a biopharmaceutical company ... for,the treatment of solid and hematologic cancers, today announced ... conferences:, Rodman & Renshaw 10th Annual Healthcare Conference, ... Wednesday, November 12, 2008, 2:00 p.m. EST, ...
... JERSEY CITY, New Jersey, November 3, Rosetta Genomics ... development of microRNA-based diagnostics, announced today it will,present ... the Lab and Clinic in Cancer Medicine" Molecular ... take place,between November 3-6, at the ICC Jerusalem ...
Cached Biology Technology:Medgenics Announces Encouraging Preliminary Data For Phase I/II Clinical Trial of EPODURE In Renal Anemia 2Medgenics Announces Encouraging Preliminary Data For Phase I/II Clinical Trial of EPODURE In Renal Anemia 3Medgenics Announces Encouraging Preliminary Data For Phase I/II Clinical Trial of EPODURE In Renal Anemia 4Medgenics Announces Encouraging Preliminary Data For Phase I/II Clinical Trial of EPODURE In Renal Anemia 5Sunesis to Present at Upcoming Conferences 2Rosetta Genomics to Present at the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Centennial Conference 2Rosetta Genomics to Present at the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Centennial Conference 3
(Date:8/1/2014)... As a quantum state collapses from a quantum superposition to ... a path known as a quantum trajectory. For each start ... path, but it is not as easy to predict the ... points would be in our everyday, classical world. , In ... Nature , scientists from the Institute for Quantum Studies ...
(Date:8/1/2014)... have been recorded into the Reptile Database, a ... classification, making the reptile species among the most ... and fish species. , For some time, experts ... that reptiles would become the most diverse vertebrate ... turtles, crocodiles, tuataras and amphisbaenians. , "Officially, we ...
(Date:8/1/2014)... in the fossil record about 200,000 years ago, but ... art and advanced tools became widespread. , A ... Current Anthropology finds that human skulls changed in ... around the same time that culture was blossoming. , ... and rapid cultural exchange probably came at the same ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Mapping the optimal route between two quantum states 2Reptile Database surpasses 10,000 reptile species 2Reptile Database surpasses 10,000 reptile species 3Society bloomed with gentler personalities and more feminine faces 2
... lose weight won,t need to track their daily food ... at the University of Pittsburgh. eButton -- a device ... a miniature camera, accelerometer, GPS, and other sensors -- ... need for daily self-reporting. The eButton prototype was the ...
... new method for visualizing mechanical forces on the surface of ... first detailed view of those forces, as they occur in ... been measured before: The force that one molecule applies to ... and as this cell moves and goes about its normal ...
... a bacterium that holds potential for removing toxic and ... a study by researchers with the U.S. Department of ... researchers have provided the first ever map of the ... surrounding environment. "Knowing how bacteria respond to environmental ...
Cached Biology News:Pitt researchers develop eButton, an easier way to monitor food intake, exercise, and lifestyle 2Chemists reveal the force within you 2Chemists reveal the force within you 3Berkeley Lab researchers create first of its kind gene map of sulfate-reducing bacterium 2Berkeley Lab researchers create first of its kind gene map of sulfate-reducing bacterium 3
... a score of movement counts, similar to an ... up to 6 subjects at once, in two ... Test a whole experimental group at once, and ... Upgradeable for a variety of other spatial ...
... OutputCumulates a score of movement counts, similar to ... track up to 6 subjects at once, in ... Can outpt a sync pulse to coordinate ... use animal location and timing information to control ...
... Place AvoidanceIncludes all features of Tracker, plus software ... user defined subsection of the arena, and trigger ... of instruments all built around a video camera, ... can track two fields at once and up ...
... for foraging behavior.The Spatial Behavior line is a ... camera, frame grabber, and feature extraction software and ... up to 6 moving animals. Software automatically ... allows video replay of all or machine-selected events. ...
Biology Products: