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Structure Medical





Company Headquarters

123 Cayuga Drive
Mooresville, NC 28117
United States

Company Description

Since 2004, Structure Medical has been a leading manufacturer of spine, trauma and arthroscopic medical implant products. Structure Medical is a committed leader and sets the standard in technology-driven medical manufacturing. We accomplish this by applying our innate expertise and utilizing the world’s most sophisticated machining equipment. Our responsibility is to provide our customers with products true to their design that are manufactured with precision, efficiency and the highest quality standards.

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