End-to-End Medical Technology Solutions

Viant is an ISO-certified design and manufacturing services provider to the medical device industry.

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Your Single-Source Partner

Viant brings you global scale and deep, broad capabilities, from design and development through finished device manufacturing and assembly. We’re bringing Lean2Life to support our customers in expanding their product offerings, optimizing their supply chains, and improving quality, while managing costs on a global scale. Our 6000 associates worldwide take pride in working with you to bring to market high-quality medical devices that save or enhance lives.
Viant Fact Sheet

Commitment to Quality

Quality is at the forefront of what we do every day because our components and finished devices save or enhance lives every day. We have developed robust systems and processes to ensure reliable, consistent product performance at all of our facilities. Our commitment to quality is woven through the fabric of our culture and guides our interactions with customers, suppliers, and coworkers. Our quality mantra is “Quality for Life.”

Big-Company Resources, Small-Company Attention

With Viant, you get the best of both worlds: The customized services and personal attention of a small company, with the bandwidth and centralized systems of a large company, including program management, regulatory controls, and a quality-first culture. We have the flexibility to support your program as it grows. We help lay the groundwork for ramp-up at the beginning of every project, so you don’t have to seek out another partner when you’re ready to scale up.

50+ Years in the Making

Today’s Viant has roots that go back more than five decades. Since our first facility entered the medical device market in 1968, we’ve been strategically building our capabilities portfolio to offer our customers a complete, end-to-end solution for their medical device needs.

  • 1968: Viant enters the medical device market with precision metal tubing in Collegeville, Pennsylvania
  • 1970: Viant enters orthopedic market with instruments (Brimfield, Massachusetts) and delivery systems (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • 1979: First molding facility opens in South Plainfield, New Jersey
  • 1985: Laconia, New Hampshire, facility begins assembly of surgical devices
  • 1990: Orthopedic implant facility opens in France
  • 1990: Puerto Rico facility opens, growing injection molding and assembly capabilities
  • 1997: Wheeling, Illinois, facility adds laser and electrical discharge machining capabilities for minimally invasive surgical devices
  • 2000: Viant expands surgical device manufacturing, assembly, packaging, and sterilization in San Antonio, Texas
  • 2004: Costa Rica facility added, featuring low-cost manufacturing capabilities
  • 2005: Orchard Park, New York, facility adds metal injection molding technology
  • 2005: Orthoplastics facility opens in UK, specializing in UHMWPE for orthopedic implant applications
  • 2011: Indianapolis, Indiana, site is transformed into a world-class manufacturing facility, strengthening Viant’s orthopedic capabilities
  • 2012: State-of-the-art facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana, opens, expanding Viant’s orthopedic capabilities
  • 2012: US, China, and Mexico facilities join Viant family, expanding precision plastic products expertise
  • 2013: Global Tooling Systems debuts, allowing customers to work with Viant from prototype through production
  • 2014: Wilmington, Massachusetts, facility expands development capabilities for advanced surgical markets
  • 2015: Costa Rica facility expands, bringing world-class catheter technology to a low-cost geography
  • 2017: Viant more than doubles in size through acquisitions, greatly expanding capabilities
  • 2018: Viant expands its holdings in advanced surgical and orthopedics product lines
  • 2018: Company changes its name from MedPlast to Viant to better reflect expanded range of end-to-end solutions for the medical technology industry
  • 2019: Viant acquires West Coast D&D hub and expands interventional & bioelectronics expertise

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