Gilero Named 14th Fastest-Growing Private Company in the Triangle

MORRISVILLE, N.C., October 29, 2021 – The Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) has named Gilero as one of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Triangle (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) region for 2021. This recognition comes from the Fast 50 Awards program, a list compiled by TBJ to honor 50 of the fastest-growing private companies in the area. Gilero took the number 14 spot on this list, ranking among some of the leading companies in central North Carolina.

Gilero has seen significant growth since 2019 when the company opened a new manufacturing facility in Pittsboro, NC and a new design center in Carlsbad, CA. The company is following a strategic plan to sustain this growth, which includes bringing on new team members, building out manufacturing operations, and adding physical locations. When asked about these plans, Gilero’s Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Miller, shared, “Gilero will continue to aggressively bring on top-notch talent. Within the next two years we have plans to open design centers in Chicago, New Jersey, and Ireland. The steady growth in the Design & Development side of our company will afford us the ability to reach manufacturing capacity in Pittsboro, and further scale our manufacturing operations with additional investments in a Tijuana, Mexico plant.”

“It’s the people who choose to work at Gilero that make it a special place. We find talented engineers who are passionate about making a difference in patients’ lives and give them the tools to do what they do best: design world-class medical devices.”

Gilero is honored to be recognized by Triangle Business Journal as one of the 2021 Fast 50 Award winners.

About Gilero

Gilero offers end-to-end services in design, development and contract manufacturing in the medical device and drug delivery markets. With an expanding global footprint, Gilero utilizes years of industry experience and in-house engineering talent to design, develop and manufacture everything from consumable medical devices to complex electromechanical drug delivery systems.

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