Cadence, Inc., a leading contract manufacturer of medical and drug delivery devices, announced the addition of a certified International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Class 7 (10,000) cleanroom at its Sturgeon Bay manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. The new cleanroom expands the integrated services available for cleanroom overmolding and assembly of new medical and drug delivery devices.
“We are thrilled to add cleanroom manufacturing in Wisconsin as it allows us to best address the growing finished device needs of our customers, as well as complements our injection molding and metal stamping capabilities,” stated Sandy Sekadlo, the Director of Operations at Cadence’s Wisconsin facility. “This investment is the direct result of the talent, hard work, and dedication of our employees, and I could not be prouder.”
As a customer-focused contract manufacturing partner, Cadence continues to invest heavily in technologies, services, and capacity for the advancement of medical and drug delivery devices worldwide. Cadence now offers certified cleanroom manufacturing at four of its facilities for maximum customer flexibility, including a nearshore location in Costa Rica.