A Connecticut medical device company says it's relocating its manufacturing and research and development operations to Plymouth, bringing with it up to 144 new jobs.
Micro Invasive Technologies will start the relocation process in the next few months. Within two years the company says it anticipates it will train as many as 40 skilled, recession-proof jobs. Once fully operational, employment is expected to reach 144.
MITI will occupy the former Tideland Mental Health Center building during its first year of operation, and will then move to the Washington County Commerce Center at the Plymouth Municipal Airport
MITI is FDA-approved to manufacture and sell its DirectView ™ Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic 10mm System which is used for urology and general surgery.