In an industry where traditional methods of plate and screw fixation drive a fiercely competitive market, TriMed has advantageously positioned itself as one of the leading innovators in the field of orthopaedics by redefining the treatment of periarticular fractures through Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF).


SI-BONE is a medical device company that developed the iFuse Implant System®, a proprietary minimally invasive surgical implant system to fuse the sacroiliac (SI) joint. The company is focused on and dedicated to educating surgeons on the diagnosis of lower back issues related to the SI joint.


Enovis is focused on developing clinically differentiated solutions that generate better patient outcomes and transform workflows. Powered by continuous improvement, extraordinary talent and innovation— they create better together by partnering with healthcare professionals, helping patients thrive through an extensive range of products that fuel an active lifestyle.

Mathys – A company of Enovis

Committed to motion worldwide, Mathys’ products include implants for hip, knee, shoulder and sports orthopaedics, and synthetic bone graft substitute. Headquartered in Bettlach, Switzerland, Mathys has development and production sites in Switzerland and Germany, as well as subsidiaries in 11 countries.

LRE System

Traditional methods for identifying and handling elbow pain have not always produced satisfactory outcomes for patients. Using state-of-the-art 3D digital imaging, the LRE System is the world’s only radiocapitellar joint resurfacing system that looks to restore the elbow’s normal pattern of movement.


Polyganics is an innovative, privately-held medical technology company bringing to market unique bioresorbable devices to facilitate tissue repair and regeneration after surgery. Rooted in academic excellence, their original polymers were developed at the University of Groningen, a premier academic institution in the Netherlands.


G21 develop innovative and reliable solutions in the field of biomaterials and procedures for vertebral consolidation and articular functional rehabilitation, dedicated to improving therapeutic treatment of orthopaedic patients and designed to anticipate the future needs of healthcare professionals.

BUSA Surgical Instrumentation

BUSA Surgical Instrumentation developed and designed a comprehensive line of surgical power instruments, proprietary and replacement accessory products for use by orthopaedic surgeons. Their offering includes a wide variety of Large Bone Saw Blades, Small Bone Saw Blades and Rasps, Sternum Saw Blades and a high-quality K-Wire and Steinmann Pin product line.


Beznoska has been manufacturing implants, instruments and surgical tools for the needs of orthopaedics and traumatology since 1992. Based on years of experience, a thorough quality management system and rigorous controls, they provide options to get you back in motion working closely with leading medical experts on product development in line with the company vision.

Aked Medical

Aked is a French-based manufacturer and distributor based in Brittany with more than ten years’ experience within the field of extremity trauma. In April 2022, they acquired a selection of products from the AREX portfolio, including the Ligamentotaxor, HK2 METAHUS, CHIROBLOC and Universal Tendon Spacer. This portfolio of products has been a staple in the Osteotec distributed range since 2006.


Exabone is a Swiss-based biotechnology leader in developing, manufacturing, and distributing innovative biomaterials. Capitalising on over 30 years of experience their products are innovative, easy to use and proven the world over. They focus on research, development, manufacturing and commercialising innovative synthetic bone graft substitutes with unique characteristics.


Synerception was acquired by Osteotec in 2019, extending a long-standing relationship that began in 2002. The acquisition included Synerception’s flagship product ChiroKlip, a powerful self-fixing disposable device developed in the UK to protect patients and hospital staff from needle-stick injuries.