Located at the National University of Ireland’s Galway campus, the new facility will offer medical device design and development services for the customers. It includes a team of development professionals.

The new facility will support Vention’s precision extrusion and catheter manufacturing facility in Boyle.

Both facilities will provide a range of products and services for medical device development and manufacturing customers.

Vention Medical CEO Dan Croteau said: “Ireland has continued to evolve as one of the premier European hubs for medical device innovation.

“We’re expanding our presence to offer our customers in Ireland and the broader EU more convenient, local access to our full range of services, from design and development through manufacturing and assembly.”

Vention’s Irish facilities provide design and development services ranging from initial concept to finished device.

The services include engineering and technical expertise, prototype development and assembly, quality systems and regulatory support, packaging, sterilization and supply chain management

The firm’s catheter components and technologies comprise of medical balloons and reinforced shafts.

It also offers medical tubing services, including heat shrink tubing, polyimide and composite tubing, and complex extrusions.

Vention Medical provides design, engineering and manufacturing services for complex medical devices and components.