DAS Medical is engaged in the designing, development and production of single-use surgical equipment covers, robotic draping systems and fluid control pouches
UFP Technologies, a provider of components, subassemblies, products, and packaging primarily for the medical market, has acquired US-based DAS Medical for an undisclosed sum.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, DAS Medical is engaged in the designing, development and production of single-use surgical equipment covers, robotic draping systems and fluid control pouches.
DAS president and CEO Daniel Lee said: “Joining forces with UFP’s MedTech team is a fantastic strategic fit. We both have expertise in creating differentiated solutions leveraging expertise in medical film converting for critical single-use applications.”
DAS Medical offers controlled room assembly and sterile packaging for all single-use disposable medical devices.
The company has a wide range of manufacturing capabilities, including ultrasonic welding, RF welding, cut and sew, heat sealing and impulse sealing.
Its capabilities also include sterile packaging, injection moulding, adhesive lamination and converting, as well as film extrusion and conversion.
DAS Medical provides various services, including material sourcing, manufacturing engineering, product design and development for private labelling, as well as research and development for product design, materials and manufacturing.
The company also offers innovative solutions for surgical equipment, robotic draping systems and fluid collection warehousing distribution, master device documentation and regulatory assistance services.
UFP Technologies chairman, CEO and president Jeffrey Bailly said: “Adding DAS Medical to the UFP MedTech portfolio is another important step in our growth strategy.
“DAS’s expertise in thin-film converting and near-shore manufacturing is a perfect complement to our best-in-class RF welding technologies. Along with our new facility in Tijuana, Mexico, this adds another low-cost manufacturing option for our customers.”