The right Contract Manufacturer (CMO) makes all the difference - MassDevice

Web Industries specializes in high-tech commercialization solutions for medical devices and diagnostics. Utilizing the latest automated technologies combined with in-house biochemistry preparation, rigorous quality systems, and structured process transfer procedures, we provide contract manufacturing services designed for high-volume production that are easily scalable to millions of devices.

Trusted by top-tier medical device companies for over 35 years.

As an industry leader in medical contract manufacturing services, we have a long history of applying our expertise, innovative thinking and creative problem solving to help speed time to market, drive costs down and continually improve processes to maximize your success.

Our facilities offer:

  • Nearly 40 precision converting and manufacturing lines
  • Modular and automated multi-layer device assembly
  • 6,500-square-foot facility built specifically for LFI manufacturing
  • Automated reel-to-reel medical device production
  • In-house biochemistry lab
  • Reagent disposition
  • LFI strip manufacturing
  • Device assembly and packaging
  • Medical-grade materials expertise
  • Controlled manufacturing environments, including Class 6, 7 and 8 clean rooms
  • Strategic domestic manufacturing redundancy
  • ISO 13485 and 14001
  • cGMP compliant and FDA-registered

We bring a simple, consultative approach to creative problem solving. We listen to your needs. We develop close, collaborative relationships with you and your team. We share what we’ve learned from our years in the business. We innovate. We streamline your development process. And we make sure to make good on our promises. When you work with Web Industries, know this: You’re working with a partner, not a supplier.

Ingenuity is who we are. Overcoming challenges and getting your product to market is what we do. Trusted to offer a valued outside perspective, we’re as innovative as we are meticulous. We know that our success is inexorably linked to your success. That’s why we protect your brand as if it was our own.

What can we do for you? Let’s talk.

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