|Traded as||NYSE: TFX|
|Industry||medical device manufacturing|
|Headquarters||Limerick, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Area served||130 countries (Global)|
|Revenue||US$763,899,000 (6 months ended 31 July 2012)|
Teleflex Incorporated (NYSE: TFX), headquartered in Limerick, Pennsylvania, is an American manufacturing corporation providing medical devices used in critical care and surgery. Teleflex has annual revenues of $2.4 billion, operations in 28 countries, and more than 14,200 employees. As of 2012[update], the chairman and CEO of the company was Benson F. Smith. By 2011, the company had substantially realigned to focus on its current business of medical-device manufacture, having undergone several years of active acquisitions and divestitures.
In March 2009, Teleflex sold its marine and industrial instrumentation (gauge) business to Veethree, and planned to exit its Lakewood Ranch, Florida facility. Veethree subsequently continued production of former Teleflex products at its Manatee County, Florida facility and hired approximately 50 workers from Teleflex.
In March 2011, Teleflex sold its marine division, Teleflex Marine, to HIG Capital. 
- Benson F. Smith; Thomas E. Powell (31 July 2012), Form 10-Q, United States Securities and Exchange Commission, retrieved September 9, 2012
- "Veethree Electronics establishes global facility in Manatee", Tampa Bay Business Journal, April 1, 2009, bizjournals.com, retrieved September 9, 2012
- "H.I.G. Capital Announces Acquisition of Teleflex Marine". HIG Capital. 2011-03-22. Retrieved 2011-03-22.
- John George (August 14, 2012), "Teleflex buying LMA International for $276M", Philadelphia Business Journal, bizjournals.com, retrieved September 9, 2012