10/20/2014

Arcam Acquires Orthopedic Implant Maker

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Arcam has acquired DiSanto Technology, a provider of orthopedic and spinal implants and services, for $15.8 million in cash and Arcam stock options.

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Arcam has acquired DiSanto Technology, a provider of orthopedic and spinal implants and services, for $15.8 million in cash and Arcam stock options. The business will operate as a subsidiary of Arcam, offering customers implants and other components based on the company’s electron beam melting (EBM) technology.

 

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