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Ulrich Medical expands U.S. workforce to accommodate Spine implant business growth.

Ulrich Medical USA Inc. is planning to increase its U.S. workforce in order to accommodate the increasing demands of its spine implant business, company officials recently announced. According to figures cited by the company, the expansion is due to four consecutive years of profitable, double-digit growth and 20 percent year-to-date growth.

"I am very proud of the thriving spine business we have created over the past five years," said Hans Stover, president and CEO of Ulrich Medical USA, which is based outside of St. Louis, Mo. "During this time period, we have tripled the size of our U.S. spine business while at the same time delivering significant value to our shareholders. This success has created many new career opportunities within our organization and we are anxious to find new talent to join our team."

The company currently is accepting resumes for multiple field-based commercial positions in the following areas: executive/general management, sales management and spine specialists. In addition, there are engineering, marketing and department administration positions that have been created and will be based in the company's corporate office in Chesterfield, Mo.

"We have an unparalleled global business history that spans over a century as a privately held, diversified medical technology company and we are currently investigating similar diversification strategies for the U.S. market in order to help grow and strengthen our enterprise for generations to come," Stover added.

Ulrich Medical USA is a privately held subsidiary of Ulrich Medical, a medical technology company headquartered in Ulm, Germany.

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Title Annotation:News Front
Publication:Orthopedic Design & Technology
Date:Sep 1, 2015
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