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Roush Enterprises Inc. (Livonia, MI; www.roushind.com) has expanded its reach into the medical market via the purchase of Nypro’s life sciences division. Calling the new business Roush Life Sciences, the unit will provide engineering and OEM proprietary products to healthcare and distribution companies for a variety of applications. Utilizing Roush’s Livonia, MI campus, which includes design, prototyping, engineering, injection molding, and machining, the business will also open an office in the Boston area headed by Thomas Taylor.

October 30, 2008

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Medical: Roush buys Nypro life science unit

) has expanded its reach into the medical market via the purchase of Nypro’s life sciences division. Calling the new business Roush Life Sciences, the unit will provide engineering and OEM proprietary products to healthcare and distribution companies for a variety of applications. Utilizing Roush’s Livonia, MI campus, which includes design, prototyping, engineering, injection molding, and machining, the business will also open an office in the Boston area headed by Thomas Taylor. Taylor will act as president of Roush Life Sciences and is a 20-year veteran of the healthcare industry. Roush is known to many NASCAR fans for Jack Roush and his Roush Fenway Racing team (http://www.mpw.plasticstoday.com/?q=articles/12554) and by automotive enthusiasts for its automotive aftermarket business (http://www.mpw.plasticstoday.com/?q=articles/12695).—[email protected]

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