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Texcel Medical Appoints Barry Smith as President, CEO
Date:2/23/2009

EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Texcel Medical, LLC, a full service medical device process development and contract manufacturing company, has announced the appointment of Barry Smith as President and CEO.

Smith will oversee all functions at Texcel Medical, which helps companies around the world by providing the manufacturing infrastructure and expertise they need to accelerate the commercialization of their surgical, interventional, and implantable medical device technologies. The firm is headquartered in East Longmeadow, Mass.

Texcel Medical Founder and Chairman Laurence Derose, emphasized the significance of Smith's appointment. "Barry's executive experience in the medical products market is an ideal compliment to Texcel's strategic growth initiatives as we move to the next level as a long term partner," Derose said.

Prior to joining Texcel, Smith served as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Operations and Product Development for several medical device product and engineering companies.

Derose continues in his role as Chairman and will expand his focus on identifying and securing strategic partnerships for the organization.

Texcel Medical's medical device process development and manufacturing solutions and services includes design for manufacturability (DFM), design history file management, inventory management, quality and regulatory assistance, and process validation, along with general manufacturing, electronic testing, laser welding, and clean-room processing for a wide range of product applications. Texcel Medical has more than 20 years of experience assisting companies execute increasingly sophisticated designs through reliable manufacturing, with particular expertis
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