MINNEAPOLIS, June 10, 2010 – Mid-Continent Engineering has been selected to manufacture and assemble a critical assembly for GE Healthcare’s industry-leading ultrasound business.
Mid-Continent Engineering, a Minneapolis-based precision contract manufacturer, adds the latest contract to an ongoing portfolio of work for GE Healthcare.
“We’re proud to build upon our existing partnership with GE Healthcare,” said Sanders Marvin, president and CEO of Mid-Continent. “Our record of quality, innovation and on-time performance has helped us grow a lasting relationship with GE Healthcare, the world leader in innovative healthcare technology.”
The contract is valued at more than $1 million. For competitive reasons, further details on the critical ultrasound assembly cannot be disclosed.
GE Healthcare is a $17 billion unit of General Electric Co. whose transformational medical technologies and services are shaping a new age of patient care.
“As a premier U.S. contract manufacturer, we’re especially pleased to win the contract for this assembly, which was previously being sourced from Europe,” Marvin said. “It’s proof that U.S. manufacturers can compete worldwide – if they’re prepared to deliver world-class performance.”