Wisconsin-based Vonco Products LLC recently bought Genesis Plastics Welding based in Indiana.
Terms of the deal, which Vonco says is it’s third in the past three years, were not disclosed. Genesis Plastics Welding is a thermoplastics contract manufacturer that uses radio frequency (RF) welding and heat sealing.
“Vonco is on a mission to create more value by broadening the scope of our innovative services and product lines for our customers,” said Keith Smith, Vonco CEO, in a news release.
Vonco, which is a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-registered facility, says it will be able to add support and value to clients who need specialty medical devices, fluid bags, flexible packaging, contract packaging, and sterilization management. Capabilities from the purchase include RF welding and heat-sealing manufacturing; an increased clean room manufacturing footprint; and an expansion of product offerings, including bioprocessing, cell separation and culture, cryogenic storage, and blood bags.
“For nearly three decades, Genesis has tailored its custom solutions to create value and reduce risk by providing breakthrough single-use fluid bags and other disposable healthcare products,” according to the news release.
Tom Ryder, CEO of Genesis, says the company has stayed on top of the latest industry trends and technologies.
“We are assured to know that Vonco aligns with our passion to collaborate with current and future customers to manufacture lifesaving devices and provide solutions that enable innovation,” Ryder said in the release.