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BOY Spotlight: Midmark Corp

With operations nestled among the cornfields and villages that make up Ohio’s border counties, Midmark Corp. is building something unique.

From the 11-28-17 edition of The Dayton Business Journal

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By Tristan Navera, DBJ Contributor

(Note: Midmark was the winner in the Dayton Business Journal’s 2017 Business of the Year awards in the manufacturing category).

With operations nestled among the cornfields and villages that make up Ohio’s border counties, Midmark Corp. is building something unique. 

The Dayton-based medical equipment manufacturer, which makes tables, stands and other things that help doctors, dentists and veterinarians has introduced new products this year and hired dozens at its sites across the region.

“Midmark is able to ensure a seamless deployment of equipment with minimal disruption to facility operations. Both services are now available to customers across the U.S.,” said Jon Wells, vice president of Medical Marketing, noting new products that help better connect modern technology. One is a stand that, when a laptop or tablet is placed on it, will automatically sync a patient’s vitals. Another a monitor specific to vets that helps them get and use vital signs from an animal. 

But it takes a visit to the company’s Versailles operations — what it terms the “Midmark experience” — to truly understand the company. It must bring significant clients to the site for big buying decisions, many of whom are wowed when they see what the company has done in Darke County, where it owns a private jet, a restaurant, a lodge and a golf course. 

“They have always been a great corporate partner for us,” said Mike Stegall, county commissioner in Darke County. “They have built relationships and deep roots here. They engage the community in the things they do.” .....

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