JunoPacific is a premier custom medical device contract manufacturer providing comprehensive design and manufacturing services to the world’s leading medical device manufacturers. We manufacture life-saving medical devices and tools with leading-edge technology that assist in the advancement of medicine. We are dedicated to precision and quality, always keeping the patient in mind.

We partner with our customers in the early stages of their projects and provide the necessary technical expertise and support to move through product launch into full production. Access to top engineering, quality, and manufacturing talent provides our customers with the added resources they need to achieve speed-to-market along with scalability to high volume production. Our unyielding attention to customer requirements is what sets JunoPacific apart from the competition.


For over 60 years, JunoPacific has built a reputation as a trusted manufacturer of components and full devices for medical device markets. The synergistic combination of three key businesses makes JunoPacific both strong and diversified. Pacific Plastics and Engineering (PPE), S. Wickstrom Manufacturing, and Juno Corporation were all acquired by Cretex Companies, a privately held, financially strong, Minnesota-based corporation. Our facilities in California and Minnesota support the large medical device OEM communities located in these hubs.

Whether your needs are components, assemblies, or finished devices, JunoPacific has the talent to assist you during every step of the process. This includes Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFMA) support and process development through supply and inventory management, assuring that you have parts when and where you need them. More important, JunoPacific provides its customers with the resources to grow through ongoing investments in people and manufacturing technologies.

Additionally, JunoPacific is part of the Cretex Medical portfolio, which provides turn-key injection molding, precision machining, stamping, and assembly for the medical device industry.