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Medline Industries

Medline Industries, Inc.
Type Privately held
Industry Health Care
Founded 1966
Headquarters Mundelein, Illinois
Key people Charles Mills, CEO
Products medical and surgical supplies
Revenue 5.8 billion USD (2013)
Employees 12,000+
Website www.medline.com

Medline Industries, Inc., based in Mundelein, Illinois, is a manufacturer and distributor of health care supplies.[1] Customers include hospitals, surgery centers, physicians' offices, extended care facilities, and dialysis centers, though they do sell to consumers also.

The company's manufacturing and distribution capabilities encompass more than 350,000 products ranging from surgical instruments to hand sanitizers.

References

  1. ^ http://www.forbes.com/lists/2010/21/private-companies-10_Medline-Industries_UGYA.html

External links

  • Medline Industries homepage
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