DeRoyal

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Founded in 1973, USA-based medical device manufacturer DeRoyal is committed to improving both the clinical quality and economic health of its customers. With 2,000 employees, 2.5 million square feet (232,000 square meters) under roof, operations in six countries and six U.S.A. states and manufacturing assets on three continents, DeRoyal brings value to its customers in several distinct markets; these include surgical devices, unitized delivery systems, orthopedic supports & bracing and wound care dressings. Key core competencies include injection molding, device assembly, metal fabrication, converting, electronics assembly as well as sterilization services. DeRoyal combines these fundamental manufacturing capabilities with its own unique services and information technology tools to deliver unparalleled value to its customers with a particular expertise in disrupting dysfunctional markets.

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