US spinal implant manufacturer plans major cleanroom expansion

Published: 13-Nov-2019

Nexxt Spine has purchased a new building and improvements include tripling 3D printing room size, a new dedicated test lab and tripling ISO Class 7 cleanroom size

Nexxt Spine, a spinal implant provider, has purchased an industrial building located in Noblesville, IN. The company has leased space in the purchased building for the previous 7 years and now plans to increase the footprint, tripling cleanroom space.

Nexxt Spine recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary, a date that marks the first surgeon usage of Nexxt Spine products in a spine surgery. Over the past decade, the company has grown from a boutique design and manufacturing company to a renowned name in the spine industry. Current headquarters for the Indiana based spine company employees over 50 staff along with a remote national sales force.

With a growing product portfolio and surgeon demand, the need for additional space has become a necessity. Nexxt Spine manufacturing requires the largest space enhancement due to a recent investment in additional 3D laser beam printers.

Plans are underway to renovate the current floorplan to envelop a neighbouring suite to double Nexxt Spine footprint from 18,000 sqft to 36,000 sqft.

Construction is set to begin in June 2020

Improvements highlights include tripling the size of the 3D printing room, creating a dedicated test lab, tripling the ISO Class 7 cleanroom, as well as, increasing office space for the engineering and customer service departments.

Construction is set to begin in June 2020 and the facility will be fully operational by December 2020.

Once complete, Nexxt Spine projects the creation of 25 new jobs in the subsequent 18 month period. Job titles of new hires will include quality control, regulatory, engineering and operations, to name a few.

President Andy Elsbury, said: "The building of a custom facility demonstrates Nexxt Spine's commitment to design and produce industry disrupting products using state of the art equipment and infrastructure."

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