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Springville—ATL Technology, LLC, a top provider of electromechanical contract manufacturing of assemblies and devices with specialties in single use solutions, headquartered in Springville, has announced the acquisition of MedConx, Inc. (a California corporation with locations in Santa Clara, CA, and San Jose, Costa Rica).
This acquisition will incorporate MedConx's manufacturing facility in Costa Rica with ATL Technology's existing facility in Costa Rica, resulting in expanded operational capabilities and increased capacity. The facility is ISO 13485:2003 certified and joins ATL's existing facilities in China and the USA.
ATL's Costa Rican operations include distribution and engineering. The collocated MedConx facility adds manufacturing. "The MedConx acquisition allows us to provide an increased level of service by adding manufacturing to our current solutions for engineering and logistics in the region," says Brad Brown, CEO and founder of ATL Technology. "This combination creates a strong and balanced operation and is a tremendous benefit to the medical device industry in Costa Rica and North America."
Along with the geographic and operational advantages of this acquisition, customers will benefit from the inclusion of MedConx's proprietary Smart Technology™ into ATL's product and service offerings. Patented technology gained from the acquisition will foster ATL's ability to develop innovative solutions for its medical device customers. New additions to the ATL portfolio include the Smart Block™ connector family of products and mechanical use-limiting technology.
This acquisition capitalizes on the key strengths of both companies, according to Brown. He concludes, "Bringing MedConx into the ATL Technology family provides customers products and capabilities that complement each other with solid operational support behind them. It's a perfect fit."