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ARRK Showcases Quality, Service and Capacity at 2014 MD&M East Conference

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/14 -- ARRK Product Development Group (www.arrk.com), one of the world's largest rapid prototyping, tooling and molding service providers, exhibited at the MD&M East Conference, the East Coast's largest medical design and manufacturing trade show, from June 9th-12th in New York City. ARRK displayed its capabilities to the industry in booth number #1682 at the Javits Convention Center.

A new booth design and a knowledgeable team of ARRK professionals introduced potential customers to ARRK, which is known for its quality, service and capacity. The show also provided the opportunity for ARRK to network with existing customers, which include top medical device manufacturers.

The year's MD&M East Conference was expected to attract over 3,000 industry professionals and more than 500 exhibitors. The event featured keynote addresses by leaders in medical design and manufacturing, in-depth training sessions, case studies, and networking.

"We are happy to have again attended MD&M East and now look forward to the opportunity to expand the number of customers we serve in the medical device and manufacturing industry," said Carlos Herrera, President of ARRK. "3D Printing and Medical device design fields are evolving very quickly, and partnering with a solution provider like ARRK will ensure the successful development process for our customers."

"With a strong existing customer base, including companies well-known in the medical device manufacturing community, MD&M was an ideal event for ARRK to showcase its vast experience and extensive service offerings to support a company's product development needs," Herrera added.

About ARRK
ARRK Product Development Group is one of the world's largest Rapid Prototyping, Tooling and Molding service providers, with origins dating back to 1948. ARRK provides services to support a company's product development needs and its customer achievements can be found across all industries with an emphasis on medical, consumer electronics, automotive and defense. The ARRK Corporation currently includes approximately 5,000 people worldwide and 37 companies under its umbrella.

ARRK's Single-Source Approach to support a company's Product Development needs and drive to help customers succeed provide all of the resources and expertise to cost effectively bring a product to market. Many companies claim to have "full-line" capabilities through strategies of outsourcing and forming partnerships. Splicing up the development of a product leads to an inefficient system, loss of expertise and convenience.

ARRK is experienced in communicating with designers, engineers, management and marketers, and filtering information into a single vision that achieves speed, cost-efficiency and end game manufacturability. The ARRK Corporation is completely focused on maintaining and improving quality standards, ensuring our clients receive a superior caliber of product and service. We are dedicated to craftsmanship, and quality is non-negotiable.

For more information on ARRK and the services it provides, please visit www.arrk.com. Connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ARRK.PDG.USA, on Twitter @ARRK_PDG, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/arrk-pdg-usa, and Google+ at https://plus.google.com/109402144508778097086/posts.

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