Katena Announces Acquisition of Nupak Medical

Source: Katena Products

Wednesday, July 05, 2017 | Acquisitions/Mergers , Katena Products


Katena Products announced the purchase of NuPak Medical. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Founded in 1997 by David Cocke, Jerre Freeman, MD, and Curtis Freeman, NuPak Medical offers an ISO 13485-certified and FDA-registered contract manufacturing service to the medical device industry. Services feature product assembly and packaging and injection molding in controlled environments. NuPak serves medical device manufacturers in several specialties including ophthalmology, and will continue to supply its existing customer base while exploring new business opportunities.

“The acquisition of NuPak Medical will strengthen Katena’s manufacturing and new product development capability,” Mark Fletcher, CEO of Katena Products, said in a company news release. “With this acquisition, we look forward to better serving the ophthalmic community through our enhanced ability to develop innovative products focused on elevating eye care globally.”

“We are excited to join Katena and explore new opportunities in ophthalmic manufacturing. We believe this partnership will open new avenues in contract manufacturing for NuPak while supporting Katena’s efforts to provide innovative solutions to its global customer base," David Cocke, General Manager at NuPak said in the news release.


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