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Texcel Highlights Medical Device Development & Manufacturing Solutions at MD&M West, booth 314

EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Texcel's custom medical device development and manufacturing solutions helps companies around the world accelerate the commercialization of their surgical, interventional, and implantable medical device technologies. Texcel will highlight its full array of services and technologies at the MD&M West Expo, February 10-12, 2009, in exposition booth # 314.

Texcel provides the manufacturing infrastructure and expertise for a wide range of product applications -- from endoscopic surgical instrumentation and spinal/orthopedic implants to total artificial hearts and neurostimulators.

Texcel's specialized services and full medical device solutions include device design, development history file management, quality and regulatory assistance, process validation, along with general manufacturing, electronic testing, laser welding, and clean-room processing for a wide range of product applications.

Texcel, with more than 20 years of experience assisting companies execute increasingly sophisticated designs through reliable manufacturing, has particular expertise in five key areas:

  • Orthopedics, including products ranging from metal bone fastening devices to novel new materials;
  • Cardiac Assist, with expertise helping industry pioneers assemble and produce many types of cardiac assist devices;
  • Active Implantables, including a wide range of metal and non-metal biocompatible materials as well as dynamic mechanical and electrical features;
  • Combination Products, combining strong internal development and manufacturing capabilities with partners specializing in pharmaceuticals.
  • General Instrumentation, including a wide array of interventional products from durable medical equipment components to disposable catheter devices, and a full range of materials and assembly methods.

"By combining our comprehensive, highly integrated suite of capabilities and state of the art production facility into a single, seamless solution, we manage all the concerns of development and manufacturing process for our clients. We thus empower our clients to focus other priorities, such as developing new markets and therapies based on their proprietary technologies," said Keith Checca, Director of Business Development, Texcel, (

The company is staffed with over fifty (50) talented, experienced, and passionate medical device industry employees within an ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 environment.

Based in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Texcel works with companies around the world.

For more information, visit Texcel at MD&M West 2009 in booth # 314; online visit, or call 413-525-5700.

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