Presented by Avient Corporation
October 26, 2022, at 11 a.m. EDT
The surgical and medical equipment market continues to evolve, influenced by such trends as a drive for disposables, or smaller tools being required for surgeries. As the market grows and the use of plastics increases, a need for innovative and compliant medical-grade polymers is essential. Join Avient’s Eric Rohr as he walks through key considerations for identifying material needs and minimizing risk in the design and manufacture of surgical equipment today.
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Industry Manager, Healthcare, Color & Additives North America
Eric Rohr joined Avient in 2020 through the acquisition of the Clariant Masterbatch business. He had been with Clariant since 2017 as the North American segment manager for their Masterbatch Healthcare Polymer Solutions business. At Avient, he continues to be responsible for developing solutions for the medical, pharmaceutical, and healthcare sector that meet the latest industry trends for surface functionality and aesthetics while taking into account safety and regulatory compliance.
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