Spectrum Surgical Instruments Completes Merger With Arrow Medical


Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corporation, headquartered in Stow, Ohio, recently completed a merger with Arrow Medical, based in Chicago. Together, Arrow Medical and Spectrum staff will jointly service the customers of this region. With this newly expanded reach, Spectrum has tripled the size of its operation in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and Michigan, with offices in Libertyville, Ill. and Addison, Ill., further allowing the companys instrument repair division to deliver a superiorlevel of service and customer care.

Additionally, the company recently announced the opening of the Spectrums ninth regional repair office in Philadelphia. Spectrum has now opened offices in Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo, Wheeling, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Knoxville in just the last two years.

Since 1983, Spectrum Surgical Instruments is a leading provider of surgical instruments, instrument care products, cleaning brushes and instrument accessories. Through lectures, consulting, Instrument University® and educational programs, Spectrum has established itself as an industry leader in the proper care and handling of surgical instruments. The company provides a broad range of instrument sharpening, repair and restoration capabilities and serves hospitals, surgery centers, and veterinary centers across the United States.

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