The Warsaw orthopedic cluster occupies an important space within the overall Indiana life sciences economy and has earned national prominence as a life sciences power.
Warsaw is ranked as the 12th largest regional employer in medical devices and equipment in the U.S. Since the other regions are much larger, Warsaw is about “56 times more concentrated in life sciences jobs than anywhere else in the U.S.” This is based on a study published by BioCrossroads, titled “Indiana’s Life Sciences Industry: 2002-2010, Tracking Progress and Charting the Course for Continued Success.” Click here for a link to the study.
In addition to the sheer number of orthopedic industry members, Warsaw is also known for promoting innovation in this medical device sector. One example of this is AcceLINX, a musculoskeletal business accelerator launched by OrthoWorx in 2016. Organizations like AcceLINX help assure the future of innovation remains strong in our community.
The Warsaw area is also home to the fourth strongest agricultural economy in Indiana (including the largest soybean processing and biodiesel plant in the United States), the world’s largest manufacturer of projection screens, and is home to one of the largest rotogravure printers in North America.
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