Med-Tech Firm Expands St. Paul HQ Again
Minnetronix, Inc., recently added a 65,000-square-foot facility at its corporate headquarters, marking the company’s third expansion in seven years.
The St. Paul-based firm—which provides medical device design, manufacturing, and IP innovation services—said that it expanded its facility to accommodate recent growth and to increase its engineering and manufacturing services, as well as its design capabilities.
“Successfully partnering with our customers to deliver innovative medical technology to patients around the world has resulted in substantial business growth,” CEO Rich Nazarian said in a statement. “This allows us to support the continued expansion of our facility, enhancing our offerings to customers in a positive and dynamic environment for our team.”
Minnetronix officials could not immediately be reached Tuesday to comment on whether the firm would add employees as a result of the recent expansion.
Minnetronix moved into its original 23,000-square-foot space in 2000 before completing its first expansion in 2006 with the addition of 24,500 square feet. The firm then leased 11,800 square feet in an adjacent building in 2010.
The newest facility opened in mid-September.
Founded in 1996, Minnetronix has overseen more than 200 design and manufacturing projects for more than 150 medical technology firms, including Cardiovascular Systems, Inc., Medtronic, Inc., and St. Jude Medical, Inc. The firm employs approximately 160, according to its website.