Stryker Medical Device Company Intelligence Report

Date: July 31, 2013
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Stryker Medical Device Company Intelligence Report
Stryker Corporation is one of the world's leading medical technology companies with a broad base of products in orthopaedics and a significant presence in other areas of the medical device industry.

The company was incorporated in Michigan in 1946 as the successor company to a business founded in 1941 by Dr Homer Stryker, a leading orthopaedic surgeon and the inventor of several orthopaedic products.

In 2011, Stryker began segregating its reporting into three business segments: Reconstructive, MedSurg and Neurotechnology & Spine. Prior to 2011, the company segregated its operations into two segments: Orthopaedic Implants and MedSurg Equipment. Stryker believes this change more accurately reflects the way it monitors performance, aligns strategies and allocates resources in the current environment.

The Reconstructive segment consists mainly of implants used in hip and knee joint replacements and trauma surgeries.
MedSurg products include surgical equipment and surgical navigation systems (Instruments); endoscopic communications systems (Endoscopy); patient handling and emergency medical equipment (Medical); pre-processed and remanufactured medical devices; and other products used in a variety of medical specialties.

Stryker’s Neurotechnology & Spine business consists of neurosurgical and neurovascular devices, as well as systems for the treatment of spinal injury, deformity and degeneration.

Recent key acquisitions have added to Stryker’s capabilities and opened up new markets. The most recent and noteworthy is the company’s acquisition of the Neurovascular business unit of Boston Scientific. Alongside the acquisition of Concentric Medical, a manufacturer of products for the treatment of acute ischaemic stroke, Stryker increased its Neurovascular & Spine revenue by almost 50% in 2011.

In March 2010, Stryker also completed the purchase of assets used to manufacture, market and sell Sonopet Ultrasonic Aspirator technology, which includes precision microsurgical instruments used in neurological and spine procedures.

Stryker’s principal operations are located in the US and it has additional manufacturing facilities in several other countries including Ireland, Germany, France, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, Canada and China. Its products are sold in more than 100 countries through local dealers and direct sales efforts.
The Stryker Medical Device Company Report provides a full review of the company's medical device activities, from its origins to its latest corporate activity, including mergers and acquisitions, agreements, divestitures and litigation. Sections are also included on products, corporate strategy and R&D.

Whatever your interest or involvement, evaluating the performance, success, failures and developments of medical companies is critical. Espicom’s Medical Device Company Reports have been regularly published for over 20 years, and these critically acclaimed and respected management reports provide a complete review of leading players in the field.

Key Benefits
  • Evaluate competitive threats
  • Maximise product and market opportunities
  • Identify collaborators and strategic partners
  • Understand the operating market environment
  • Benchmark your performance against competitors
Coverage Overview
  • Key contact information
  • Introduction to Stryker and its current activities
  • Summary of its financial performance
  • Key recent events in an “at a glance” format
Strategic Focus

The company’s aims and its areas of focus

Financial Review
  • Current year and annual financial data, including revenue breakdowns by product area and geographic region (if available)
  • Table providing in-depth five-year financial analysis
  • Employee data, including breakdown by company division and geographic location
Product Overview
  • Core product areas, key brands, product approvals and launches
  • Identifies the company’s major competitors
Research and Development
  • How much has been invested in R&D?
  • Where is the research based?
  • What alliances and agreements does Stryker have and with whom?
Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Identifying the company’s manufacturing locations
  • Sales and marketing facilities
Agreements
  • With whom has Stryker reached agreements and what do they involve?
  • Key contracts awarded
Mergers and Acquisitions

Minority Investments

Divestitures

Litigation

Key Corporate Events

The report was produced as part of Medical Device Companies Analysis (MDCA).
OVERVIEW

STRATEGIC FOCUS

Innovation
Globalisation
Cost Optimisation
Capital Allocation
Looking Ahead
Espicom View
Stryker

FINANCIAL REVIEW

2012 Financial Results
Sales by Geographic Area
Sales by Business Segment
Reconstructive
MedSurg
Neurotechnology & Spine
Five-Year Financial Data
Outlook
Employees

PRODUCTS

Competition
Reconstructive
Orthopaedic Implants
Hip Replacement Systems
Primary Femoral Hip Systems
Primary Acetabular Systems
Hip Fracture Systems
Revision Hip Systems
Resurfacing Hip Systems
Knee Implant Systems
Other Joint Replacement Products
Sports Medicine & Joint Preservation
Trauma Implant Systems
Bone Cement
Orthobiologics
MedSurg
Surgical Equipment
Surgical Navigation Systems
Computer-assisted Surgery
Endoscopy
Visualisation Systems
Arthroscopy, Laparoscopy, Gynaecology & Urology
Patient Handling and Emergency Medical Equipment
Neurotechnology & Spine
Craniomaxillofacial (CMF)
Spinal Systems
Cervical Spine Systems
Thoracolumbar Spine Systems
Interventional Spine Systems
Minimally-invasive Spine Surgery
Interbody/Vertebral Body Replacement
Neurovascular Intervention
Medical Device Reprocessing & Manufacturing

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

R&D Expenditure
R&D Facilities and Activities
R&D Alliances
NeuroLogica
Cleveland Clinic
Trials & Studies
SCENT
TREVO
TREVO
MAPS
National Joint Registry for England and Wales

MANUFACTURING AND DISTRIBUTION

Manufacturing
Distribution

AGREEMENTS

OrthoSensor
ReGenLab
TriMed
Vision-Sciences
ETEX
Acuitec
Intuitive Surgical
Acacia Research
Vexim
Advanced Medical Solutions

MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

VertiFlex Assets
Trauson Holdings Company Limited
Surpass Medical
Concentric Medical
Memometal Technologies
Orthovita
Boston Scientific’s Neurovascular division
Porex Surgical
Gaymar Industries
Synergetics USA
Ascent Healthcare Solutions
OtisMed

DIVESTITURES

OP-1 Assets

LITIGATION

Rejuvenate/ABG II Lawsuits
Corin Group
Stryker Biotech
Hill-Rom
US Department of Justice
TriMed

KEY CORPORATE EVENTS

LIST OF TABLES

Recent Key Events
Stryker - Annual Financial Results, 2008-2012
Stryker - Annual Net Sales by Geographic Area, 2008-2012
Stryker - Annual Net Sales by Business Segment, 2009-2012
Stryker – Five-Year Financial Summary
Stryker - Recent Reconstructive Product 510(k) Clearances
Stryker - Recent MedSurg Product 510(k) Clearances
Stryker - Recent Neurotechnology & Spine Product 510(k) Clearances
Stryker - Annual R&D and Engineering Expenditure, 2008-2012
Stryker - Major Manufacturing Locations, December 2012
Agreements Summary
Mergers and Acquisitions Summary

LIST OF CHARTS

Worldwide Medical Technology Market by Segment, 2012
Stryker - Annual Sales and Operating Income, 2008-2012
Stryker - Annual Net Sales by Geographic Area, 2010-2012
Stryker - 2012 Sales by Geographic Area (%)
Stryker - Annual Sales by Business Segment, 2009-2012
Stryker - Employee Numbers, 2008-2012
Stryker - 2012 Sales by Product Area
Stryker - Estimated Reconstructive Market Share, 2012 (Hips, Knees and Other Products)
Stryker – 2012 Reconstructive Sales Breakdown
Stryker – 2012 MedSurg Sales Breakdown
Stryker – 2012 Neurotechnology & Spine Sales Breakdown
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