Leadership


Brian King

Chief Executive Officer

With more than 25 years of executive operating experience, Brian King leads the development and execution of MedPlast’s business strategy, shapes the corporate culture, and builds a strong team of motivated people dedicated to providing customers with great solutions and service.

Brian previously served as Chief Transformation Officer for the DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson. Before that, he spent over 10 years at Covidien in roles including Group President of the $2 Billion emerging markets division and Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations including oversight of close to 70 manufacturing facilities through the world.

Brian serves on the board of directors of Novanta [Nasdaq ticker: NOVT] and PCI Pharma Services. He is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and served as a jet pilot in the U.S. Navy. He earned a master’s degree in civil engineering from Penn State and a master’s in business administration from Harvard.

Jim Doerr

Chief Financial Officer

Jim Doerr oversees financial functions including accounting and controllership, cash management and banking, and economic strategy and forecasting, as well as administrative functions including Legal, Human Resources, and Information Technology.

Jim cofounded MedPlast in 2008. Previously, he served as Corporate Controller for contract manufacturer The Tech Group (now known as West Pharmaceutical Services) and as Chief Financial Officer for Ultra Products Company. Jim has more than 30 years of experience in the plastics industry, primarily focused on healthcare applications. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Arizona State University and is a licensed CPA.

Bill Flaherty

Chief Commercial Officer

Bill Flaherty leads MedPlast’s sales and marketing organization, driving strategy to build the MedPlast brand and partner with customers to find cost-effective solutions to their medical device needs.

Bill joined MedPlast in 2017 through the acquisition of Vention Medical, where he served as President, Device Manufacturing Services. Previously, he was President of FlexMedical, a division of Flextronics, and held several executive roles in high-technology industries. He spent more than 15 years at GE in divisions ranging from Industrial to Financial Services. Bill has a bachelor’s degree in business administration with concentrations in marketing and finance from the University of Vermont. He earned a Master Black Belt Certification from GE and participated in Stanford University’s Executive Management Program.

Matt Langton

President, Plastic Processing Solutions

Matt Langton oversees MedPlast’s Plastics Processing Solutions, which offers a full range of custom plastic molding and processing solutions for medical components and devices.

Matt joined the company in 2012 through the acquisition of UPG where he was the VP of Sales and Marketing. At MedPlast, he has played a key role in the company’s strategy development including Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing and most recently as the Chief Operating Officer. Previously, Matt was Vice President of Operations for a large multisite customer care organization. He earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial management from Carnegie-Mellon University.

Steve Cardin

President, Medical Device Solutions

Steve Cardin heads MedPlast’s Medical Device Solutions, overseeing sub- and finished device assembly operations for demanding medical applications.

Steve joined MedPlast in 2017 through the acquisition of Vention Medical, where he served as Vice President of Operations. In this role, he was responsible for operations, supply chain and program management, and was instrumental in expanding the manufacturing footprint in Costa Rica and Grand Rapids. Previously, Steve held various roles at Baxter Healthcare where he was responsible for management and operations of critical care medical devices and global plastics processing manufacturing plants. Steve earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and a master’s in business administration from the Healthcare Executive program at University of California, Irvine.

Mark Allen

President, Orthoplastics

Mark Allen leads MedPlast’s Orthoplastics operations in the U.K., home of the world’s highest quality premium-grade orthopaedic ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) for orthopaedic medical devices.

Mark joined MedPlast in 2013 through the acquisition of Orthoplastics, where he served as Technical Director. Previously, he was a polymer research technologist at Rapra Technology (now known as Smithers Rapra) with more than 10 years of service across diverse markets, including the medical device industry. He earned a bachelor’s degree in polymer science and technology and additional credentials in production and mechanical engineering.

He is a member of the Orthopedic Research Society and a committee member of the American Society for Testing and Materials.

Trish Albert

Corporate Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Counsel

Trish oversees legal affairs as well as corporate governance and business policy. She also heads MedPlast’s global human resources team and relevant functions.

Trish joined MedPlast in 2017. Previously, she served as Vice President and Corporate Counsel for Vention Medical (formerly known as Advanced Polymers). Prior to that, she was an attorney with a law firm in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Trish serves on the Board of Directors for Nashua Children’s Home. She earned a bachelor’s degree in History and English from the University of Southern Maine and a JD from Suffolk University Law School.

Syed Zaidi

Corporate Vice President, Quality and Regulatory Affairs & Chief Compliance Officer

Syed Zaidi sets strategic direction for quality and regulatory affairs. He oversees the implementation of the Global Quality Management System and ensures the company complies with all regulatory requirements.

Before joining MedPlast in 2015, Syed spent 10 years in quality and regulatory leadership positions with several medical device companies, working on complex Class III & II medical devices such as hemodialysis delivery systems, surgical systems, and pharmacy automation systems. Earlier in his career, he held operations and quality leadership roles in the wireless communication and semiconductor industries. Syed earned a bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering from NED University of Engineering and Technology and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from University of Cincinnati.

He is a member of the American Society for Quality and the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society.

David Mulera

Corporate Vice President, Engineering

David Mulera is responsible for engineering, processing, and new technology development. In this role, he identifies, prioritizes, and drives the development and integration of new technologies and materials across MedPlast.

David joined MedPlast in 2010 with extensive knowledge of plastics equipment and processes and their applications in the medical device arena. Previously, he was Director of Program Management at The Tech Group, a contract manufacturer (now known as West Pharmaceutical Services). He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Arizona State University.

José Sadurni

Corporate Vice President, Operational Excellence

José Sadurni is responsible for driving a culture of continuous improvement and operational excellence at MedPlast, resulting in growth through increased quality and customer satisfaction.

José joined MedPlast in 2009 as Plant Manager of the Puerto Rico site, then as Manufacturing Director.  Previously, he spent 17 years with Baxter in roles including quality, engineering, supply chain, and manufacturing, and served as General Manager of manufacturing facilities for transfusion therapies and drug delivery devices. He also has experience in the automotive and electronics industries.

José earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University. He also completed the Supply Chain Management program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Radiation Safety and Protection course at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.