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Lowell Inc.





Company Headquarters

9425 83rd Avenue N
Minneapolis, MN 55445
United States

Company Description

Lowell Inc. is the premier partner to machine and assemble technologically advanced, implantable medical devices. We have invested in the technology to manufacture and test finished components and assemblies down to the submicron level. Lowell Inc. is FDA registered and our quality system is certified to the ISO 13485:2016 standard.

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