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Epimed to Expand in Dallas Suburb, New Jobs to be Created


8/16/2011 9:27:10 AM

Epimed a medical device manufacturer, is expanding at its Johnstown headquarters as well as a its operation in the Dallas suburb of Farmers Branch.

Epimed—which manufactures needles and catheters—will grow from 72 people to 100 at its Johnstown plant and move distribution to its newly purchased 23,000-square-foot plant on the west side of Farmers Branch.

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Epimed identified Farmers Branch as a growth environment for the company, said N. Sandor Racz, the company’s executive vice president.




 
 

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