Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

Based in Salt Lake City of Utah, Medron offers a range of outsourcing services, including high volume manufacturing, customer private label capability, design engineering, product development, and prototyping.

The company provides outsourcing services for different product lines, comprising of acute and chronic vascular access products, PICC catheters, silicone catheters, dilators, introducers, cardiovascular introducers and endoscopy products.

Medron is specialized in producing different materials such as medical grade urethanes, silicones and engineering thermoplastics.

In addition, the firm creates specific solutions for a wide range of customer fabrication needs through using modern machinery.

Flexan Medical president and CEO Jim Fitzgerald said: “Medron’s reputation for providing high quality products from design to product launch and ongoing manufacturing support aligns well with our platform of providing long-term and short-term implantable silicone components.”

Medron president Ron Wortley said: “The combined diversity of offerings along with strong technical management teams will bring significant value to our existing and new customers. 

“Both organizations have similar cultures; each has a tremendous focus on innovation while delivering high quality products and the desire to help address serious clinical needs for our customers and ultimately the patient.”

Based in Chicago, Flexan provides silicone rubber molded components for use in Class II disposable and Class III implantable medical devices.

Image: Flexan has acquired US-based firm Medron. Photo: courtesy of adamr / FreeDigitalPhotos.net.