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Spectrum Plastics Group Announces New Business Unit Names

By The Associated Press

ALPHARETTA, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 14, 2022--

Spectrum Plastics Group (Spectrum), a global solutions provider for development through scaled manufacturing of critical polymer-based components and devices for medical and other demanding markets, is announcing the implementation of new business unit names to reflect the continued expansion into key market segments and provide an even stronger organizational alignment with customers.

“These names more accurately represent the breadth and value we bring to the core markets that we serve,” said Dylan Hushka, Chief Commercial Officer at Spectrum. “They also powerfully reflect our mission and vision as a first-call solutions provider. For decades, Spectrum has provided comprehensive services and technologies to our customers in these key areas with integrated engineering, components, secondary processing, assemblies, finished devices, and flexible packaging.”

The four new business unit names that have been implemented are:

Full-service and patient-critical fluid management solutions that leverage our increased offerings across extruded tubing, fittings, assemblies, and kitting.

End-to-end development and manufacturing services for interventional and surgical applications with a leading product portfolio of proprietary additive manufacturing, extrusions, medical balloons, steerable shafts, catheter assemblies, laser processing, and finished device solutions.

Custom film and flexible packaging solutions for healthcare, automation, food, and industrial applications with value-added capabilities in adhesives, closure technologies, and printing, as an authorized converter of DuPont ™ Tyvek ®.

Critical and tight tolerance injection molding of implantable, bioresorbable, and engineered resins inclusive of micromolding, insert- and over-molding, quick-turn molding, and proprietary additive manufacturing.

John Wolf, President and CEO of Spectrum Plastics Group, concludes, “We at Spectrum are always looking to grow with our customers, whether that be expanding our capabilities, solving challenges, or innovating new technologies. These new focused names define our expertise in growing markets and give us the ability to tell the story of who we are today and how we continue to evolve with our customers as the first-call, full-service integrated solutions provider.”

About Spectrum Plastics Group:

Spectrum’s history spans over 60 years of applications expertise including precision extrusion, specialty injection molding, blown film extrusion and conversion, medical balloon fabrication, laser processing, additive manufacturing, and complex assembly of catheters and other devices. Today, Spectrum is a leading full-service partner for the development and manufacturing of critical polymer-based components and finished devices for medical and other demanding applications. With 20 locations and over one million square feet of manufacturing space in six countries worldwide, we have the resources to solve customers’ most challenging problems with proven quality, responsiveness, innovation, and technical expertise.

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KEYWORD: GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PACKAGING ENGINEERING CHEMICALS/PLASTICS MANUFACTURING

SOURCE: Spectrum Plastics Group

Copyright Business Wire 2022.

PUB: 09/14/2022 10:00 AM/DISC: 09/14/2022 10:03 AM

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