Healthcare Equipment and Supplies
Company Overview of Phillips-Medisize Corporation
Phillips-Medisize Corporation provides design, development, and contract manufacturing services to drug delivery, medical device, and commercial markets in the United States and internationally. It offers high-tolerance molded parts for pens and syringes; infusion pumps, glucose meters, and lancet devices for diabetics; surgical instruments for endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures; spinal surgery kits; and pharmaceutical packaging solutions, including bottles, closures, and bags for pharmaceutical and medical device original equipment manufacturers. The company also provides durable rugged devices, military communication components, and integrated items, as well as large, lightweight, and ...
1201 Hanley Road
Hudson, WI 54016
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for Phillips-Medisize Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Sales & Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Phillips-Medisize Corporation Key Developments
Phillips-Medisize Corporation Announces Executive Changes
Mar 10 15
Phillips-Medisize Corporation announced that John Sills has been appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective March 15, 2015. Mr. Sills will succeed E. Gary Willenbrecht, Chief Financial Officer, who will retire from the Company. Mr. Sills is working closely with Mr. Willenbrecht to ensure a smooth transition. For the past eight years, Mr. Sills was the Chief Financial and Chief Administrative Officer at Unisource Worldwide Inc.
Phillips-Medisize Corp. Undertakes a $30 Million Expansion At Five Facilities Throughout Wisconsin
Nov 13 14
Phillips-Medisize Corp. announced it is undertaking a $30 million expansion at five facilities throughout Wisconsin--a move expected to create up to 484 new jobs in four counties. The company has already started construction at facilities in New Richmond and Menomonie, and future expansions are planned at its facilities in Hudson, Phillips, Medford, and Eau Claire. With the expansion of the Metal Injection Molding facility in Menomonie, the facility will be nearly 50,000- square-feet. The expansion will allow for the site to house an additional 10 molding presses and one continuous debind and sintering furnace. This will be the second expansion of this site in the last two years. Concurrent with this expansion, the company will add another continuous debind and sintering furnace, which will bring the site to four continuous and three batch furnaces. The project also calls for a 33,000-square-foot addition at Phillips-Medisize's medical facility in New Richmond. This expansion will include the construction of additional clean room space due to the facility's focus on the manufacturing and assembly of diagnostic and surgical products. Construction is expected to be complete in late 2015.
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