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960 E. Hazelwood Ave.
Rahway, NJ, 07065, USA
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Located in Rahway, New Jersey, in the heart of the New York metropolitan business district, Wytech manufactures precision fine wire products for Medical OEM’s around the world.
Founded in 1975 as a fine wire straightening and cutting house, Wytech designs and builds all of its proprietary straightening and cutting machines in- house. With nearly 100 machines in production, Wytech offers the shortest lead time in the industry.
Along with the proprietary wire machines, new techniques are continually being perfected and are used as an integral part of our daily manufacturing process.
With ever increasing knowledge of the medical wire industry, the natural progression to vertically integrate other wire processing techniques allowed us to add precision grinding, forming, pressing, heat treating, coating and other related processes to our in-house capabilities.
An ISO 9002 certified company, it is the policy of Wytech to provide quality products, provide these products on time and meet or exceed our customer’s expectations. We strive for product perfection through our continuous improvement program.
Because of our dedication to quality, Wytech is a certified “ship to stock” supplier to many medical device manufacturers who choose Wytech for zero defect performance, commitment to schedules and pricing fairness.
Wytech continues to search for new opportunities to add to our core products, as evidenced by our association with MCTEC, B.V. , The Netherlands, the premier wire coating company in the world.
Our commitment to excellence and technological advancement will preserve Wytech’s position as a world leader of providing quality and innovative parts to the medical device industry.
Last update of this entry: July 03, 2001