WILMINGTON, MA — Spectra Medical Devices, located at 260H Fordham Road in Wilmington, is making some news as the scientific business community comes together to help the government combat the spread of the Coronavirus.
“Spectra Medical Devices is working directly with the White House and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker in regard to providing Coronavirus Test Kits to the federal and state government,” announced Spectra Medical Devices President & CEO Tony Arrigo on Friday at his global headquarters in Wilmington. “More information will be forthcoming over the next several days.”
Spectra Medical Devices is one of the largest procedural needle manufacturers in the world, with substantial market share in over 20 countries. Spectra utilizes the latest state-of-the-art manufacturing and inspection systems, along with over 225 years of experience in manufacturing needles.
Spectra operates 5 manufacturing plants worldwide with 300 employees. Corporate headquarters are located in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Spectra Medical Devices, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Tony Arrigo. Mr. Arrigo was previously President & CEO and owner of American Medical Instruments, Inc. in Massachusetts which is now the needle division of Tegra Medical.
Spectra Medical’s primary focus is on patient safety, achieving substantial growth through quality and innovation. Spectra has been granted several US patents for specialized needle processing and products.
(NOTE: The above information is from Peggy Rose Public Relations.)
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