Pulse Systems (Concord, Calif.) has opened a new East Coast Development Center facility in Marlborough, Mass.
Pulse Systems — which provides precision machining of metal components for the medical device industry — already provided prototype and production support from its Northern California facilities. The new Boston area facility will provide better access for medical device designers in the eastern United States, especially in the Northeast, the company said yesterday.
“Our medical device contract manufacturing business is strong, and we have decided to increase our commitment to the expanding East Coast customer base by adding this new Development Center in the Boston area,” Herb Bellucci, president and CEO of Pulse Systems, said in a news release.
“Our West Coast operations, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, have been very successful in reaching the medical device manufacturers and developers in that region and beyond. With this new location, we’re expecting to replicate that model in the eastern half of the country as well,” Bellucci said.
Medical device industry veteran Bob Lamson will manage the new East Coast Development Center. Before joining Pulse Systems as director of eastern U.S. sales in 2015, Lamson held senior-level management positions at companies including TechDevice and MicroGroup.
Pulse Systems is a wholly-owned subsidiary of United American Healthcare Corporation (OTC: UAHC). The company is exhibiting at BIOMEDevice Boston, May 15–16, at Booth 626.