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JunoPacific Inc., a medical device design, development, and manufacturing company headquartered in Anoka, MN, celebrated the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility this week by holding an open house for customers, employees, and honored guest Congressman Erik Paulsen (R-MN). Located northwest of the Twin Cities, the 60,000-sq-ft facility will support JunoPacific's Fortune 500 clients as well as an array of medical startups.

PlasticsToday Staff

December 9, 2014

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Medical molder JunoPacific opens manufacturing facility near Twin Cities

JunoPacific Inc., a medical device design, development, and manufacturing company headquartered in Anoka, MN, celebrated the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility this week by holding an open house for customers, employees, and honored guest Congressman Erik Paulsen (R-MN). Located northwest of the Twin Cities, the 60,000-sq-ft facility will support JunoPacific's Fortune 500 clients as well as an array of medical startups. The facility includes more than 18,000 sq ft of cleanroom space for manufacturing and assembly of all classes of medical devices from disposables to implantable products. Specific sections of the building are also dedicated to silicone molding and 3D printing capabilities.

junopacific-300.jpg"It's wonderful to see the significant investment made by JunoPacific in the continually growing medical device expertise here in the Minneapolis area," said Paulson while touring the plant. The new facility currently employs more than 125 people and is expected to grow by another 25% to 50% over the next two years. JunoPacific also operates two other facilities in the Midwest and one in California.

Certified to ISO 13485 and registered with FDA, JunoPacific operates 53 plastic injection molding machines with clamping forces ranging from 20 to 440 tn. Multishot and insert molding as well as spin stack technology are areas of expertise.

JunoPacific is part of the Cretex Medical group of companies that provide turnkey injection molding, precision machining, stamping, assembly, and engineering services for the medical device industry.

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