J-Pac Medical has commenced EtO sterilization services. New Ethylene Oxide services include “worst case,” EO exposure cycles to support packaging validation and material compatibility studies important to new medical device development. J-Pac also offers sterilization cycle development as well as contract sterilization for small footprint devices as well as bioabsorbable implants that need low-temperature EtO processing.
“J-Pac is committed to providing our customers with turnkey services for all aspects of medical device assembly and sterile packaging,” said Jeff Barrett, CEO. “We are excited that we can support customers developing new devices that may have limited access to sterilization capacity. Additionally, our unique capability in dry-room packaging of bioabsorbable devices combined with on-site sterilization provides customers with the shortest possible environmental exposure that can degrade the devices.”
-Adds Additional Customer Support to Support Growth-
Somersworth, NH– December 11, 2019 – J-Pac Medical announced today the addition of Kienan Hibbard in the position of Director of Program Management.
Kienan will assume responsibility for all new customer project coordination including all customer facing project activities. This new role addition manages the new product realization process that guides a new customer program to successful manufacturing.
Kienan has a strong background in Program Management and Inside Sales. Most recently served as a Program Manager at Getinge AB and Project Manager at EPTAM Plastics where he managed multiple complex medical device projects and new customer integration.
“Kienan is a strong addition to our management team and brings strong skills that will help J-Pac continue to excel in customer service and on-time program management for new customers,” says Jeff Barrett, CEO of J-Pac Medical. “We are excited to leverage his expertise in managing new customer programs.”
Provides a validated QMS solution to accommodate increased regulatory requirements
Somersworth, NH (October 11, 2019) – J-Pac Medical, a leading medical device outsourcing partner announced that it has adopted an electronic Quality Management System that seamlessly integrates all of its quality and regulatory compliance processes. The suite of validated, FDA/ISO compliant electronic business processes is designed to comply with strict regulatory requirements and enable industry best practices.
“Implementing an electronic Quality Management System takes our compliance system to the next level in order to better serve our medical device customers,” said Jeff Barrett, President and CEO. “The new system will allow us to maintain regulatory compliance while we continue to grow. Our customers are increasingly outsourcing more medical device assembly and packaging while regulatory requirements continue to become more burdensome. The new system gives customers peace of mind and allows us to scale our business while ensuring compliance to FDA and ISO regulations.”
Additional Cleanroom Capacity is Due to Market Demand and Growth
J-Pac Medical, a leading manufacturing and packaging outsourcing partner to medical companies, has opened a new manufacturing facility in Cartago, Costa Rica. The new facility houses a Class 8 cleanroom and adds capacity for J-Pac to manufacture and package medical devices that require stringent environmental controls. The expansion will allow J-Pac to reduce the lead time of projects, stay cost-competitive in the Medtech industry, and open business opportunities outside the United States.
“Opening this new facility is a direct result of J-Pac’s growth and an increase in demand for high volume, cost-effective production,” said Jeff Barrett, president and CEO of J-Pac Medical. “Safety and quality are our highest priority. We selected Costa Rica for our expansion due to the highly skilled workforce and favorable business climate.”
J-Pac Medical, the leading manufacturing and packaging outsourcing partner to medical companies, is sponsoring and attending the 2019 MPO Summit. This event, occurring October 3-4 at Marriott San Francisco Waterfront Hotel, will bring together experts from industry OEMs, contract manufacturers, suppliers, consultants, members of the investment community, and academia.