Epimed to Expand in Dallas Suburb, New Jobs to be Created
Published: Aug 16, 2011
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.