NORTH BARRINGTON, Ill.—Medical design and contract manufacturing provider Medical Murray recently expanded two Illinois manufacturing and R&D facilities, the company said in a release.
At the Medical Murray headquarters and R&D facility in North Barrington, a new 5,200-square-foot suite offers a dedicated lab for testing devices to ISO and ASTM standards. It also offers expanded prototyping workspace and new growth and hiring opportunities for highly skilled engineering staff, the release said.
“With this expansion, our team is prepared for new and exciting medical device development projects,” said Medical Murray Vice President of Business Development Tanner Hargens, in the release. “Our engineers now have full access to a new ISO/IEC 17025 certified testing lab for development and research purposes, which allows Medical Murray to be vertically integrated and provides greater cost and time savings to our customers.”
In Lake Zurich, Illinois, the final allocation of the full 45,000-square-foot manufacturing facility has allowed the creation of a new 1,600-square-foot Class 7 cleanroom, new injection molding machines in a dedicated molding production space, and expanded storage and workspace, according to the release.
“With this new space and associated equipment, we are prepared to support the growth of our existing customers and have the capacity to transfer in additional new products,” said Medical Murray President Eric Leopold, in the release.
These additions come a little over a year after the opening of a 30,000-square-foot R&D and manufacturing space in Charlotte, North Carolina, and bring Medical Murray to a total occupied area of 85,000 square feet. All three facilities are ISO 13485:2016 certified for design and manufacturing and are FDA registered, the company said in the release.
Medical Murray, founded in 1996, is a privately-owned medical technology firm specializing in the development, testing, and manufacturing of complex catheters, molded components, covered stents, and more. The company creates minimally invasive medical devices used in neurovascular, vascular, urologic, and surgical market applications.