Stryker plans new innovation centre for Cork

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23 September 2014 | 0

The Instruments Division of Stryker Corporation announced plans today to construct a new 44,000 square foot surgical innovation centre in Cork, Ireland.

The Centre will focus on the research and development of products, technologies and solutions to reduce surgical procedure time and healthcare costs while improving surgical precision and clinical outcomes in the areas of bone cutting, soft tissue dissection and adjacent areas across a broad spectrum of surgical specialities and procedures.

It will combine all Ireland-based research and new product development activities and support functions within one purpose-built facility. It will feature state-of-the-art research and development facilities for product design and process development and a customer experience laboratory that will allow engineers and surgeons to test and evaluate new ideas, technology and product designs in a simulated operating room and surgical environment.

Construction will begin later this year and is due for completion towards the end of 2015.

Stryker Instruments president Jim Heath said: “We are excited about this important investment in our R&D efforts and the continued support of the IDA as we work to provide new technology to our customers. This state-of-the-art facility will drive innovation by giving us the ability to design, develop and test new products in conditions that mimic real life.”

Stryker has been operating in Ireland since 1998 and currently employs 2,200 people across four sites in Cork and Limerick, including 150 in R&D.

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