Medical Murray, a leading medical device development and contract manufacturing company, is pleased to announce that they have expanded their production capabilities including the hiring of Tom Marsailes and Ken Drower as Production Supervisors in their Lake Zurich, Illinois, manufacturing facility.
Medical Murray was created on April 1, 1996, by father and son team Phil and Andy Leopold who saw a growing need for highly skilled medical device engineering. The company is still owned and operated by the Leopold family, and focuses entirely on designing, developing, and manufacturing highly specialized catheters and intricate components used for a wide variety of minimally invasive procedures.
The new development and manufacturing facility, located only miles from its previous location, features an additional full service laboratory space for designing, prototyping and testing of medical devices. In addition, expanded manufacturing capabilities including assembly and inspection of complex medical devices and components, packaging, and logistics are now offered. Fueled by increased market demands, the move comes after only two years of Medical Murray opening their first regional facility.
Medical Murray Southeast, a regional facility of Medical Murray, Inc. with headquarters in North Barrington, IL, has broken ground on a new facility located in Charlotte, NC. The move will double our footprint and enhance Medical Murray’s capabilities as a strategic partner by expanding R&D and development services as well as low volume manufacturing, packaging and logistics.
Medical Murray, a device development and contract manufacturing company with ISO 13485 certification and FDA registration, provides complex catheter design and unique insert molding advantages for devices made from a wide range of materials, both thermoplastic and silicone rubber. Medical Murray’s “nano-molding” services refer to parts in a cubic millimeter range (1/10th the size of micro-molded parts), which provides the ability to mold components as small as .1 cubic millimeter.
His discussion focused on the importance of effective design and commercialization strategies, and finding a strong “single source” development partner that can overcome technical challenges, and ensure that optimal program timelines and cost efficiencies are met. The importance of capturing strong intellectual property opportunities in the marketplace was also discussed.