The expanded facility includes an ISO Class 8 clean room for injection molding and device assembly, a medical device packaging cell and a fulfillment warehouse.

Biomerics president CEO Travis Sessions said the additional clean room enables the company to have dedicated production areas for material polymerization and compounding, as well as injection molding and medical device assembly.

"The new packaging and warehouse space expands our capability to manage sterile medical device fulfillment for our customers," Sessions added.

A US based design and construction company, Entelen, has managed Biomerics’ new facility’s expansion.

Apart from the expansion, Biomerics has also invested $1.5m in new plastics manufacturing equipment.

Biomerics VP operations Jeff Clark said the operations team has been focused on expanding and developing the company’s manufacturing capabilities to support the growth.