Ansell wins surgical glove contract with Tenet:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ansell has won a two-year supply contract for surgical gloves with Tenet HealthSystem, the second-largest private hospital chain in the US. Ansell, the New Jersey-based subsidiary of Australian company Pacific Dunlop, replaces London International Group's Regent as one of two suppliers to Tenet - the other is Allegiance. Tenet hospitals buy surgical gloves worth around $6 million. Ansell expects the contract to generate sales of $2 million in the first year and $3 million in the second.
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