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Circle Medical Devices, Texcel Medical Merge to Form CIRTEC Medical Systems
Date:10/19/2009

href="http://www.cirtecmed.com/">medical device development and manufacturing capabilities and services with nearly $1 million in new state-of-the-art capital manufacturing equipment and added professional staffing.

For more information about CIRTEC Medical Systems, visit the company at the MD&M Minneapolis medical device design and manufacturing trade show in booth #911, October 21-23; online at www.cirtecmed.com; or call 1-413-525-5700.

About CIRTEC Medical Systems

CIRTEC Medical Systems (www.cirtecmed.com) is a preeminent single-source provider of comprehensive medical product design and manufacturing solutions from concept through high-volume finished goods across all therapeutic categories. It was created in October 2009 by the merger of Circle Medical Devices of Los Gatos, Calif., and Minneapolis, Minn., with Texcel Medical of Springfield, Mass. Its technically-driven, 130-person team has particular expertise in minimally invasive systems, active and passive implants, and medical electronics. CIRTEC Medical Systems is ISO-13485 (2003) certified and is based in Springfield, Mass.

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