Chek Diagnostics Joins Forces with Independent Medical Co-Op [Professional Services Close - Up]
(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Chek Diagnostics said that it has signed a marketing, sales, and distribution agreement with Independent Medical Co-Op, Inc. (IMCO).
According to a company release, IMCO is a cooperative association of over 140 medical supply distributors that serve the physician, hospital, long-term care, home health, EMS, veterinary, industrial, and other markets.
"Chek Diagnostics provides best-in-class, point-of-care lipid, glucose, and A1c monitoring solutions," said Steve Dennison, IMCO's Director of Vendor Relations. "Our customers count on us to partner with quality manufacturers, and Chek Diagnostics has a proven track record of delivering fast, accurate, and dependable point-of-care devices."
Robert Huffstodt, President and CEO of Chek Diagnostics, commented that this new relationship is an important strategic agreement that will further broaden the company's distribution network, while addressing certain growing market segments.
"We are delighted that IMCO will begin selling our products," said Huffstodt. "IMCO has a long track record of successfully servicing its many customers. Their network of regional distributors is concentrated in market segments where we hope to grow, and their relationships with physician offices and long-term care facilities will certainly help fuel our short- and long-term growth plans."
"We are seeing an increased demand from our customers for point- of-care diagnostic devices," continued Dennison. "Chek Diagnostics has world-class products, and they are growing along with the point- of-care industry. We are proud and pleased to welcome them to our family of vendor partners."
IMCO is an association for independent medical distributors.
Chek Diagnostics is a global provider of point-of-care diagnostic products to the healthcare industry.
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