Gov. officials tour US BioDesign manufacturing facility

November 2013
Nonwovens Industry;Nov2013, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p32
The article reports on a tour conducted by U.S. civic and business leaders including Representative Mike Fitzpatrick to the relocated offices and manufacturing facility of implantable biomedical textile components supplier US BioDesign LLC in Quakertown, Pennsylvania.


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