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Freudenberg Medical Announces New Global Headquarters and Facility Expansion in Massachusetts

Freudenberg Medical will soon begin the construction of a new medical manufacturing facility in Beverly, Massachusetts, located north of Boston. Freudenberg Medical has manufactured medical components and devices in nearby Gloucester, Massachusetts since 1989 and plans to relocate and expand the operation.

Freudenberg Medical has also decided to establish its Global Headquarters in the new facility in Beverly. “The Boston area is one of the leading medical device and biotech clusters in the world with a high concentration of universities and research centers,” said Max Kley, President and CEO of Freudenberg Medical. “Our decision to expand here is a testament to the strong growth of Freudenberg Medical in this region and locating our Global Headquarters in Beverly demonstrates the global role and international orientation of the Boston med device cluster.”

Freudenberg Medical will invest more than $3M in a state-of-the-art, 36,000 sq. ft. operation with opportunity to expand an additional 20,000 sq. ft. The new operation will be FDA-registered and ISO 13485 certified with ISO Class 8 cleanrooms for medical molding and assembly. The plan is to be operational in the second half of 2020 and employ an estimated 70 people.

Freudenberg Medical has a long history in the region. The facility in Gloucester, Massachusetts has been in operation since 1989 and has long been a leading processor of silicone and thermoplastic components for medical and healthcare applications.

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About Freudenberg Medical

Freudenberg Medical is a global partner for the design, development and manufacture of medical devices and components. With 11 manufacturing operations and more than 1,500 associates worldwide, Freudenberg Medical offers a wide range of manufacturing capabilities from high precision silicone and thermoplastic components and tubing to coatings, finished devices and subassemblies for catheters and minimally invasive devices.

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