Maingot has 25 years of medical device experience in quality, engineering, operations and supply chain roles. Beginning his career at Johnson & Johnson as a quality engineer, he transitioned into operations and engineering roles of increasing responsibility at Medtronic plc and Boston Scientific Corp.
More recently, he spent seven years at Biomet Inc., initially as the director of manufacturing and engineering at the 3i Dental division, progressing to the group vice president of operations and supply chain for the Spine, Bone Healing and Microfixation divisions.
“Amendia’s mission is to exceed surgeon and patient expectations by creating balanced medical device, biologics, and instrumentation solutions for spine. It’s critical, then, that our head of operations is a master of manufacturing, production, and services provision,” said Chris Fair, Amendia’s CEO. “Gary is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and certified quality engineer with extensive Lean manufacturing expertise, and a seasoned leader in the spinal marketplace. We’re excited to have him on our team.”
Maingot received a Bachelor of Science degree in statistics from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, a master of science in industrial engineering from the University of South Florida, and an M.B.A. from the F.W. Olin School of Business at Babson College.
Headquartered in Marietta, Ga., Amendia designs, develops, and manufactures medical devices used in spinal surgical procedures. Amendia’s vertically-integrated strategy focuses on improving surgical outcomes with innovative solutions.