Read more +22 September 2020 By Tyler Deal in Latest News

ContainMed Mourns the Loss of Founder, Father, and Friend

Thomas A. Deal passed away peacefully on Friday, September 18th, surrounded by family after a lengthy battle with chronic illness. Tom founded ContainMed with Cary and Todd in 2005 while an actively practicing attorney specializing in Estate Law, Probate, and Medical Malpractice. Tom spent his entire career fighting for those who needed someone in their
Read more +27 February 2020 By Tyler Deal in Latest News

Join us at AAOS 2020 – Booth 3468 – March 25 – 27, 2020

  We look forward to the opportunity to meet with current customers and potential partners every year at AAOS. This year, Cliff and Tyler will be in Orlando and are eager to discuss the ways in which we can help solve your graphic case needs. Reach out ahead of time to set an appointment, or
Read more +31 December 2014 By Elizabeth Myers in Latest News

ContainMed Achieves 13485:2003 Certification

Click for .pdf ContainMed, Inc. Achieves ISO 13485:2003 Certification and Expands Operations Indianapolis, IN – December 31, 2014 – ContainMed, Inc., designer and manufacturer of surgical instrument cases, trays, and screw/implant caddies announced today that it recently achieved ISO 13485:2003 certification, an internationally recognized quality standard for medical devices and diagnostics. The company has previously earned ISO 9001:2008
Read more +22 December 2014 By Elizabeth Myers in Latest News

ContainMed Expanding Operations

ContainMed, Inc. Expands Operations to New Indianapolis Location Indianapolis, IN – December 22, 2014 – ContainMed, Inc., designer and manufacturer of surgical instrument cases, trays, and screw/implant caddies officially announced today the expansion of its operations with a move of manufacturing facilities to 5391 West 86th street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268. Tyler Deal, Chief Operating Officer of ContainMed,
Read more +18 August 2014 By Elizabeth Myers in Latest News

ContainMed Quoted in the IBJ (Indiana Business Journal)

Hendricks County pitching motorsports skill, expertise to medical manufacturers Click here to be redirected to original article Hendricks County is diversifying its manufacturing base by using existing motorsports operations to attract medical-device makers and other life sciences firms. The strategy doesn’t entail offering rides in a two-seater or meet-and-greets with drivers as an enticement. Instead,
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