Baker named CEO of Medin Technologies in Totowa

Bob Baker, CEO of Medin Technologies

Bob Baker has been named as the new CEO of Medin Technologies, a leading orthopedic industry contract manufacturer, based in Totowa. He also will serve as CEO of Medin’s sister company, AMT Medical, which is based in Washington state.

Baker joins Medin with an accomplished background in strategic, commercial and operational leadership in the orthopedic industry, having most recently served as CEO of Glebar Company, a leading manufacturer of advanced grinding machine systems for the medical device industry and other end markets. Glebar is based In Ramsey.

In his tenure at Glebar, Baker led a strategic transformation of the business, restructuring the company to address new market challenges, upgrading operations, and completing several strategic add-on acquisitions. 

“I am honored to be joining Medin at such a pivotal moment for the orthopedic industry,” Baker said. “Demand for quality orthopedic products continues to increase as the market begins to address the backlog of elective procedures created by the global pandemic. 

“Medin and AMT are well positioned to meet this global demand through optimized production and product diversification. This is an incredible opportunity and I look forward to working with this great team through the combined companies’ next phase of growth.”

Seven Point Partners, a Florida-based private equity company, owns both Medin Technologies and AMT Medical.

“We are thrilled and excited to have Bob join the team as CEO for Medin and AMT,” Seven Point Partners’ Mark Kammert said. “Bob has a proven track record in demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities and delivering exceptional value to customers. 

“As Medin and AMT’s growth continues to accelerate in the post-COVID environment, we are confident that Bob is the right leader to expand market opportunity in medical contract manufacturing, while at the same time building on the company’s strong reputation for world class quality, product design, and customer responsiveness.”

Prior to joining Glebar, Baker was vice president, operations at Stryker Corporation, in support of the orthopedics group. Previously, he was a Captain in the U.S. Army, serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.