Medical Device Maker Announces New Leadership
Indianapolis-based Pulmodyne Inc. has restructured several of its leadership roles, including the promotion of Andrew Shurig to president. Shurig has been with the company for 10 years, serving as executive vice president for the past 6 years. Meanwhile, company founders Brad and Jeff Quinn will move to new roles as co-chairmen of the parent company, the Quinn Group.
“Andy has shown his leadership skills all along the way during his tenure with us here at Pulmodyne/EMS,” said Jeff Quinn. “We are confident that he will exceed our expectations as our new President and look forward to great days ahead.”
Pulmodyne is a manufacturer and worldwide distributor of medical devices for respiratory, emergency, and drug delivery.
In a story with Inside INdiana Business in April, Pulmodyne said demand for its products had “exploded” since the onset of COVID-19.
“We’ve seen a massive spike in sales,” said Shurig. “Our business is up 600%.”
At the time, the company was adding staff and acquiring additional space to assemble its products for shipment.
The Quinn brothers started Engineered Medical Systems in 1985. It grew into an OEM manufacturer, working with dozens of companies.
In 2005, EMS launched its own line of medical equipment under the Pulmodyne label.
“Brad and Jeff Quinn are pioneers in medical devices. The Quinn brothers are known in every corner of the industry,” says Shurig. “We will continue to expand our footprint in the industry. Focusing on innovative products, we will continue to leverage our talented team of inventing clinicians to design products that fill unmet needs.”
Pulmodyne and EMS also announced Fred Boyer as the new vice president of manufacturing. Boyer has over 30 years of production experience, including more than 25 years at EMS.