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Acelity Buys Crawford To Create Wound-Care Powerhouse

Executive Summary

Acelity has agreed to acquire Crawford Healthcare for an undisclosed price to expand its wound care portfolio. Crawford's wound-dressing portfolio includes the KerraMax Care, KerraFoam, and KerraCel brands, complementing Acelity's advanced wound dressing line-up, which includes the Promogran Prisma Matrix collagen dressing, the Tielle dressings, and Adaptic dressings. The deal also includes Crawford's research and development and manufacturing facilities in Chesire, UK.

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