Latest products / 30 Jan 2016

K2M Expands Presence In Asia With Six Product Launches In Singapore And Hong Kong

LEESBURG, Va., July 8, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — K2M Group Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq:KTWO), a global medical device company focused on designing, developing and commercializing innovative and proprietary complex spine technologies and techniques, today announced the launch of six of its spinal systems in Singapore and Hong Kong. The Company is also participating in the 22nd International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST), July 8-11 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. During the meeting, K2M will showcase its extensive product portfolio (Booth #22) and will host four educational workshops for surgeons.

“Expanding access to our portfolio of products remains a strategic priority, and we are pleased to bring six of our innovative spinal systems to market in Singapore and Hong Kong,” stated Eric Major, K2M’s President and CEO. “K2M aims to be a global industry leader in complex spine and minimally invasive medical education, and is committed to advancing the knowledge of the latest procedures and technologies through participation at dynamic, international forums such as IMAST.”

K2M to Expand Offerings in Asia

With the introduction of a number of its complex spine, degenerative, and minimally invasive spinal systems in Hong Kong and Singapore, K2M continues to expand the availability of its technologies around the globe. The offerings include K2M’s flagship complex spine offering, the MESA® Deformity Spinal System, and two minimally invasive offerings, the EVEREST® Minimally Invasive Spinal System and the TERRA NOVA® Minimally Invasive Access System. The Company will also launch three of its degenerative spinal systems in the region: the EVEREST® Degenerative Spinal System, the ALEUTIAN® Transforaminal-Lumbar (TLIF) 2 Interbody System and the ALEUTIAN® Anatomically-Narrow (AN) Interbody System.

“We are pleased to be working with K2M to distribute several of their cutting-edge spinal technologies in Hong Kong and Singapore,” said Seah Kerk Chuan, Executive Director of Transmedic Pte Ltd. “Tapping into our regional network will allow K2M to deliver innovative products that local spine surgeons need to treat challenging spinal pathologies.”

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Published on 30 Jan 2016

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