Corin Group’s new HQ and orthopaedic implant manufacturing facility formally opened by HRH the Princess Royal
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Following a tour of the facility, meeting with Corin’s diverse team, Her Royal Highness declared the facility open and unveiled a plaque to commemorate her visit
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal today formally opened orthopaedic technology firm Corin’s new headquarters and manufacturing facility.
The new facility doubles Corin’s manufacturing capacity vs 2015 levels and the Royal visit follows five years of strong growth. Corin has also doubled the number of employees at the Cirencester HQ.
The Princess Royal is a former Olympic horsewoman, and a sculpture of a horse, constructed from hip and knee orthopaedic implants, was designed and presented by Corin employee and artist Neil Herbert.
Following a tour of the facility, meeting with Corin’s diverse team, Her Royal Highness declared the facility open and unveiled a plaque to commemorate her visit.
CEO, Stefano Alfonsi commented: “It is a great honour for us to receive Her Royal Highness on this celebratory occasion. The entire team is proud to share their achievements with HRH as it is their dedication and commitment that has made Corin the company it is today.”
Corin’s orthopaedic technology personalises joint replacement through the combination of clinically-proven implants and unique procedural technologies that enable a better understanding of the patient. Corin aims to revolutionise orthopaedics by gaining, understanding and sharing insight at every stage of the arthroplasty experience.
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