BELGRADE, Mont., Oct. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Xtant Medical Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American:XTNT), a leader in the development of regenerative medicine products and medical devices, today announced the closure of its Dayton, Ohio facility and the transitioning of its fixation operations to the Company’s headquarters in Belgrade, Montana. This decision will allow the Company to align operations with the current and future needs of its customers, and recognize cost-savings by consolidating facilities and reducing duplicative resources.
“In an effort to maximize the benefit of the 2015 merger with X-Spine, and optimize synergies including efficiencies and cost savings, we made the difficult decision of transitioning operations to Montana and closing the Dayton facility,” said Carl O’Connell, CEO of the Company. “Hardware will continue to be an important aspect of our business, and is an area we intend to build on in the future. We remain excited about the new technologies in development. With the continued efforts in 2017 towards restructuring and reducing costs, we are looking to strategically invest in both our existing business and new market opportunities, for hardware and biologics in 2018. We will be working to make this transition as smooth as possible for our employees and our customers.”
The Dayton, Ohio facility employs approximately 55 employees in various quality assurance, regulatory, inventory management, finance, engineering, and distribution positions. Many of these functions will ultimately transition to our Montana facility. Once the transition is completed, annualized cost savings are anticipated to be in excess of $2 million, resulting from right-sizing the organization and reduction in facilities. The one-time cost for executing this change is estimated to be $1.5 million.
The Company will file the Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification with the State of Ohio and the Department of Job and Family Services.
About Xtant Medical
Xtant Medical Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American:XTNT) develops, manufactures and markets class-leading regenerative medicine products and medical devices for domestic and international markets. Xtant products serve the specialized needs of orthopedic and neurological surgeons, including orthobiologics for the promotion of bone healing, implants and instrumentation for the treatment of spinal disease, tissue grafts for the treatment of orthopedic disorders, and biologics to promote healing following cranial, and foot and ankle surgeries. With core competencies in both biologic and non-biologic surgical technologies, Xtant can leverage its resources to successfully compete in global neurological and orthopedic surgery markets. For further information, please visit www.xtantmedical.com.
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