Manufacturing solutions provider Vander-Bend Manufacturing has completed the acquisition of Omni Components, a producer and service provider of consumable medical products.

Hudson, New Hampshire-based Omni is a precision manufacturer and service provider of tight-tolerance consumable medical products. It focuses on cardiovascular, spinal and tendon-related surgeries.

It provides services like CNC Swiss machining, prototyping, vertical milling, turnkey services and wire/RAM EDM, and others.

The deal intends to expand Aterian-backed Vander-Bend’s capabilities and broadens its presence in the northeast and southwest, which complements its current Midwest, west coast and Southeast regions.

Vander-Bend CEO Greg Biggs said: “We could not be more excited to partner with Omni and welcome Frank and his team to the Vander-Bend family.

“We are strong believers in the growth prospects of Omni and look forward to working with the Omni team to continue to provide a wide breadth of capabilities to the Company’s blue-chip customer base.

“With our partnership, Vander-Bend will also expand its medical commercial relationships, allowing us to better serve our customers and continue our growth trajectory.”

The latest acquisition is the fourth medical technology add-on acquisition for Vander-Bend since May 2018, when Aterian Investment Partners acquired Vander-Bend.

The manufacturing solutions provider has established and fully commercialised three new production sites. The company also finished capital equipment expansion and invested significantly to expand human capital across the organisation.

Vander-Bend now has 1,200 employees and handles nine facilities across the US.

Omni CEO and owner Frank Stone said: “This partnership will continue the vision of Omni that we have built over many years.

“It is clear that both Omni and Vander-Bend have developed and refined through the years a strong culture of producing state-of-the-art products for our customers. We are confident we have found the right partner to help us in our next stage of growth.”