Fortimedix Surgical to settle at Brightlands Chemelot Campusdecember 3, 2018
Next summer, Fortimedix Surgical will settle at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen. The move from the current location in Nuth is planned for the third quarter of 2019, when the construction of the new building at the campus has completed.
Fortimedix Surgical develops and manufactures advanced surgical instruments. The first product, symphonX™, is being used in leading hospitals in the United States and Europe for abdominal laparoscopic surgery. By leveraging smart technology and innovative concepts, the company brings the current surgical procedures to the next level. “We are conscious that this is only possible by challenging the status quo, unlocking knowledge through co-creation and by investing in various ways of collaboration.”
“The Brightlands culture of innovation and collaboration is perfectly in line with our company culture and fits our ambitions and strategy very well.” said Wout Bijker, CEO of Fortimedix Surgical.
Bert Kip, CEO of Brightlands Chemelot Campus: “We are excited to welcome Fortimedix Surgical at our campus. An internationally operating high-tech company that is looking for collaboration opportunities in the medical field as well as for innovative applications of materials obviously fits here very well. The company is a real asset for our campus and a real gain for the campus community.”
We are a dynamic medical device company with the ambition to inspire a new wave of technological advancement in the field of minimally invasive surgery. Together with innovation partners, we develop, manufacture and market state-of-the-art surgical instruments. This way we contribute to improve the quality and cost control of the global healthcare systems.
Brightlands Chemelot Campus
At the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen, entrepreneurs, scientists and students work together in the fields of smart materials and the sustainable production of chemicals. This results in the building of bridges between fundamental scientific research and product and process innovations in companies. This campus is part of Brightlands, an open innovation community made up of four campuses where the focus lies on the grand challenges in sustainability and health. Together with prominent companies such as DSM, the Province of Limburg, Maastricht University, Maastricht UMC+, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and Fontys University of Applied Sciences are the initiators of Brightlands.