PMC’s Jennings discusses implantable-device markets

Plastics News Report
WESTLAKE, OHIO (May 19, 5:10 p.m. ET)

At the recent Plastics in Medical Devices conference in Westlake, several speakers touched on an emerging trend: implantable devices. Lisa Jennings, president of PMC LLC in Cincinnati, shares lessons learned in her 15 years’ experience with injection molding such products.

In this brief video clip, Jennings describes strategies for serving the implantable sector including partnering with supplier companies, as well as information about some of the most promising markets for implantable products.

Jennings is a fourth-generation owner of PMC, an 80-year-old injection molder and contract manufacturer serving the medical, commercial electronics and transportation markets.

Under her guidance, the Cincinnati firm has become a leader in supplying implantable and non-implantable medical devices and surgical instrumentation. In addition to its Ohio headquarters, PMC also operates a production facility in Shelbyville, Ind., as well as joint venture plants in Mexico and Germany.

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