Quasar expands capabilities in Singapore

On Dec 3rd Quasar completed the acquisition of the Singapore operation of TE/Creganna welcoming 120 Singapore employees to the Quasar family. The site comes with deep experience in braided shaft extrusion expanding Quasar capabilities. The Singapore site has been serving the medical device industry since 2004, focusing on minimally
invasive products such as catheters and access sheaths, making this very compatible and

“I am very excited to welcome the new capabilities that the Singapore team will bring to Quasar” said Alex Wallstein, CEO of Quasar Medical. “The addition of the Singapore operation strengthens Quasar Medical as one of the leading suppliers for the minimally-invasive interventional segment and broadens our value proposition to our customers. We look forward to invest and further grow capacity in Singapore and extend a warm welcome to the 120 employees of the Singapore operation.”

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