Tessy creates new unit for burgeoning business

Verespej, Mike
June 2007
Plastics News;6/25/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the formation of Tessy Medical Products LLC, a subsidiary of Tessy Plastics Corp., in New York on July 2007. According to its vice president and general manager Joseph Raffa, Tessy Medical has needed a new facility to divide its growing business and boost its medical capacity by 40%. Johnson & Johnson Inc. and Welch Allyn Inc. are the two biggest customers of the firm.


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