Mexico gets new medical technology contract manufacturing boost:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mexico was given further approval of its potential as a medical technology contract manufacturing base with the announcement yesterday by United Plastics Group of plans to establish a third manufacturing facility there. The Oakbrook, Illinois firm said it will locate the new facility in Tijuana, Baja California, by the fourth quarter of 2006. United Plastics is reputedly one of the largest non-captive, custom injection moulding and contract manufacturing providers in North America, and ranks medical electronics as one of its leading specialist sectors. It has 11 facilities worldwide, in the US, Mexico, Europe and China.
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