Biomerics merger with NLE creates new metals processing division

The merger will create a metals division of Biomerics, called Biomerics NLE, to provide full-service metal processing to the interventional and surgical medical device markets.

The new logo for Biomerics FMI.
The new logo for Biomerics FMI.
PRNewsfoto/Biomerics, LLC

Medical device contract manufacturer Biomerics (Salt Lake City, UT) has merged with Northeast Laser & Electropolish (NLE; Monroe, CT), which provides contract manufacturing, laser processing (marking, welding, and cutting), machining, and metal finishing services to a wide range of medical device manufacturers. The merger will create a metals division of Biomerics, called Biomerics NLE, to provide full-service metal processing to the interventional and surgical medical device markets.

Biomerics will merge its Advanced Laser processing operations located in Brooklyn Park, MN into the newly formed Biomerics NLE division, with plans to expand services and capabilities. "Biomerics NLE will be the 'Center of Excellence' for Biomerics metals operations," says Dave Liebl, President of Biomerics Advanced Laser. "The addition of NLE capabilities to the Biomerics Group fills an unmet need for our customers. We are committed to growing this division geographically as well as adding additional metal processing capabilities, including CNC machining, Swiss machining, grinding, wire processing, and secondary metal finishing." 

Biomerics NLE employs 160 people across two locations and offers 47,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space specializing in laser marking, laser welding, laser cutting, Swiss machining, metal finishing, and electropolishing.  

For more information, please visit biomerics.com.

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