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Needle Specialty Products Corporation





Company Headquarters

600 Highway 446
Boyle, MS 38730
United States

Company Description

Needle Specialty Products (NSP) processes all gauges of tubing & wire with multiple designs for medical device uses that include grinding, cutting, blasting, flaring, buffing, electropolishing, passivation, marking and coating. We also offer injection molding and packaging. With over 100 combined years of experience, Needle Specialty Products is the first choice for manufacturers seeking a reliable, cost effective US based contract manufacturer.

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