Devicor Medical Products Add Jobs
and Two New Facilities in Blue Ash
To say that Mammotome, a division of Devicor Medical Products, Inc., has been busy over the past three years is an understatement. In fact, the company has been on the fast track since it acquired Blue Ash-based Ethicon's breast care unit in 2010. The acquisition included Mammotome®, a minimally invasive, vacuum-assisted biopsy system that enables doctors to diagnose and detect breast cancer and other breast abnormalities. Since 1995, the Mammotome System has been used to perform successful biopsies on more than four million women worldwide.
In addition to this system, Mammotome has expanded its product portfolio and its footprint since the acquisition. This includes two new facilities in the City of Blue Ash and 16 new jobs. The first facility, which opened in 2011, is a 25,000 square foot service center at 11266 Deerfield Road. The second facility, which opened this summer, is a 22,000 square foot distribution center at 4750 Lake Forest Drive.
According to the company's Chief Executive Officer, Tom Daulton, both facilities play very important roles in the company's supply chain. "The service center is responsible for inspecting and repairing our products, and our distribution center ships our products to our other distribution centers which are located across the globe," he stated.
Rick Alley, Mammotome's Global Supply Chain Director, added, "We selected Blue Ash because of the high quality of real estate and the talent pool of job candidates with industry experience."
Mammotome is the global leader of vacuum-assisted breast biopsy products. The company has more than 40 employees around the world and sells its products in over 50 countries.
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Photo: Rick Alley, Mammotome's Global Supply Chain Director (left) and Lee Czerwonka, Vice Mayor of Blue Ash (right) at Devicor's recent Open House in Blue Ash.
Newsletter Issue: Fall 2013