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Phillips Precision Medicraft





Company Headquarters

7 Paul Kohner Pl. | 50 Bushes Ln. | 65 Leliarts Ln.
Elmwood Park, NJ 07407
United States

Company Description

Phillips Precision Medicraft is a leading manufacturer of advanced orthopedic implants, instrumentation, sterilization delivery systems, cases, and trays. PPM offers a single-source manufacturing solution with an adaptive, flexible manufacturing operation. By integrating continuous improvement efforts with value stream partnerships, our diverse manufacturing environment allows us to offer highly customized solutions including vendor managed inventory, rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing support, and UDI Code application support/services to name a few. Our goal is to truly partner with our OEMs to ensure highest quality products, at the best price, with the responsiveness they need to maintain their competitive edge.

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