Tyco and Premier form two supply deals:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Tyco Healthcare has entered a three-year sole source agreement with Premier Purchasing Partners. Under the $200 million deal, which covers woundcare products, surgical dressings and bandages, Tyco and its subsidiary Kendall will gain access to nearly a third of the US acute care market place. It is the second supply deal between Kendall and Premier within a month. The first deal, effective March 1 and valued at $100 million, is for three years and covers incontinence care products.
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