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Diener Implants Appoints René Pröll, Managing Director

Diener Implants, a contract manufacturer for medical devices, appointed Mr. René Pröll as Managing Director. This follows his almost 15 years of experience at Paradigm Spine, an OEM specialized in motion-preserving spinal implants that was acquired by RTI Surgical in 1Q19.

        René Pröll,
Managing Director

Mr. Pröll served in various leadership roles at Paradigm, most recently as Executive Vice President for Operations & Finance and Site Lead for ex-U.S. operations in Germany. He began his medical device industry experience at Synthes' Spine Solutions, now Johnson & Johnson's DePuy Synthes. 

“We are thrilled to have René join the management team of Diener Implants,” said Guntmar Eisen, Co-Founder of Diener Implants. “[We] add valuable management expertise to support us through the next growth phase and position Diener Implants as a leading contract manufacturer, providing complete sophisticated sterile implant solutions to medical device companies.”

“We are in process of further establishing Diener Implants as a strategic sourcing partner with a focus on orthopedics, especially spine,” said Mr. Pröll. “With the experience of being on the customer's side for quite a while, we will further strengthen our product and service offerings to fulfill the complex needs of our customers in a highly regulated environment.”

The news follows Diener Implants' recent strategic partnership with 3dpac by steripac to offer implants sterile packed to their customers. Diener offers traditional high precision CNC machining as well as additive implant manufacturing using Selective Laser Melting or SLM technology.

Source: Diener Implants