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US' Cortland Biomedical appoints new hires to project development team

Jan '22
Pic: Cortland Biomedical
Pic: Cortland Biomedical
Cortland Biomedical, a US-based medical textiles product development partner that provides access to a full-spectrum of global engineering and manufacturing capabilities, has announced the appointment of three new hires to its new project development team. Cortland Biomedical custom designs and manufactures high-performance biomedical textile structures.

Robert Demaree has been appointed as a senior process engineer. He brings 25 years of experience in various technical roles throughout his career with experience in development of fibre optic cable processes, printed circuit board materials, and electrical generators. He also served as a subject matter expert in composite materials and management of the chemistry group at IMR Test Labs. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in materials science and engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, according to a Cortland press release.

Tony Maslowski joins the team as a senior project manager to oversee new product development programs and drive projects toward timely completion. He brings more than 30 years of experience in various technical and project management roles throughout his career. He has worked in the chemical and medical device industries, notably with companies such as DePuy and Aesculap. He holds a bachelor’s degree in ceramic science and engineering from Penn State and an MBA from Temple University. Additionally, he is co-owner of two US patents and holds several certifications in project management.

Zach Robbins has been hired as a textile process engineer to help develop processes related to knit and woven fabric product development projects. He comes to Cortland with four years of experience in the textile industry, most recently working with finishing and dyeing of knitted products at Gehring Tricot. He holds a bachelor’s degree in materials science engineering – polymers, textiles and fibres from Georgia Tech.

“We’re proud to be growing in the Cortland Community and continuing to add top-notch talent to further our mission of adding maximum value and innovation to meet our customers’ needs for custom biomedical textile solutions fabricated for their specific medical device applications. We welcome the new hires to the team and look forward to seeing their contributions to new product development in the year ahead,” Eric Brown, director of operations, Cortland said in a statement.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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