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Zeus

Global leader in mission-critical components for lifesaving medical procedures

Zeus uses its material science expertise to design and manufacture advanced polymer components and catheter solutions for the world’s most innovative medical device and industrial companies

advanced polymer components for medical devices
Zeus

Zeus is a pioneer in the design, development, and extrusion of fluoropolymer tubing for medical devices and select industrial applications.

Founded in 1966 by the Tourville family, the company is headquartered in Orangeburg, South Carolina, with eight facilities across the United States and one in Letterkenny, Ireland. Zeus employs 2,400 people globally and serves over 300 customers in more than 100 countries, including leading medical device manufacturers, contract device manufacturing organizations, academic institutions, and industrial customers across aerospace, semiconductors, and automotive, among other industries.

Market Trends and Drivers

Zeus’ components enable the delivery of minimally invasive interventional procedures, which drive significantly better health outcomes than traditional open surgeries, including faster patient recovery and reduced pain, at lower cost.

As populations age and chronic conditions become more prevalent, increasing demand for precision, high-performance catheters to support therapeutic areas including structural heart, peripheral and neurovascular interventions, is expected to continue fueling Zeus’ growth.

Investment Potential

EQT will support Zeus’ growth with investments in additional capacity, R&D, and operational excellence. These investments will enable the company to continue partnering with its clients’ research and development groups to remain at the forefront of next generation technologies.

  • Chairperson
    John Groetelaars
  • Board member
    Kevin Ballinger
  • Board member
    Ethan Waxman
  • Board member
    Eric Liu

Enabling minimally invasive surgeries

For more than 50 years, Zeus has delivered innovative and mission-critical components that improve the efficacy and performance of highly complex catheters used in lifesaving, minimally invasive medical procedures, among other applications.

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