Georgetown, MA - January 24, 2013 - UFP Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: UFPT) has been awarded ISO 13485:2003 certification at its Denver, CO, El Paso, TX, and Grand Rapids, MI manufacturing facilities. This certification is awarded to manufacturers that serve the medical device industry by maintaining a quality management system and complying with regulatory requirements.
UFP Technologies serves the medical industry by designing and manufacturing custom components and specialty packaging from advanced foams, plastics, and films for medical devices, orthopedic implants, wound care applications, infection prevention products and BioPharm solutions.
"We are committed to investing in our operations to become a valuable partner with our customers," says Richard LeSavoy, Vice president of Manufacturing for UFP Technologies. "Now with seven ISO 13485:2003 certified facilities we are able to grow with and continue to meet the needs of our customers in the medical industry."
UFP Technologies' seven ISO 13485:2003 facilities include: Denver, CO, El Paso, TX, Grand Rapids, MI, Georgetown, MA, Rancho Dominguez, CA, Glendale Heights, IL, and the recently acquired Costa Mesa, CA location (formerly PAC Foam Products).
About UFP Technologies, Inc.
UFP Technologies is a producer of innovative custom-engineered components, products, and specialty packaging. Using foams, plastics, composites, and natural fiber materials, we design and manufacture a vast range of solutions primarily for the medical, automotive, aerospace & defense, and packaging markets. Our team acts as an extension of customers' in-house research, engineering and manufacturing groups, working closely with them to solve their most complex product and packaging challenges. For our customers, innovation takes many shapes. But each solution is shaped by a level of design, materials and process expertise that is unique to UFP Technologies.
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