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Oberg Medical





Company Headquarters

273 North Pike Rd.
Sarver, PA 16055-9209
United States

Company Description

Oberg Medical, an Oberg Industries Company, is a full-service multi-faceted contract manufacturing partner to Medical Device OEMs. We focus on metal and plastic implants, instruments and assemblies for a variety of Medical Device Segments with emphasis on the Orthopedic, Spine, Extremity, Endoscopic/Laparosco pic, and Cardiac Rhythm Management Markets.

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