The Lubrizol Corporation acquired Vesta global medical device manufacturer

Lubrizol acquires medical device manufacturer, Vesta

9:37 AM, 4th August 2014
The Lubrizol Corporation acquired Vesta global medical device manufacturer

CLEVELAND, US: The Lubrizol Corporation has acquired Vesta, a leading contract manufacturer for the global medical device industry. This acquisition broadens Lubrizol’s life science manufacturing capabilities, applications and material portfolio with access to silicone and a variety of other thermoplastics utilized in medical devices.

“The addition of Vesta significantly enhances our life science offerings through the combination of strong polymer technology, applications know-how and world class component manufacturing. As medical device companies look for total solution providers, the expertise and capabilities of Vesta give us the ability to provide a more valuable offering to these customers on a global basis,” said Deb Langer, General Manager, Lubrizol LifeSciences.

 

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