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Knit-Rite, Therafirm acquired by Thuasne 

January 11, 2021HME News Staff

KANSAS CITY – Knit-Rite and Therafirm have been acquired by Thuasne, a European medical device manufacturer with 2,200 employees and 233 million euros in revenues in 2019. Knit-Rite and Therafirm, which represent Thuasne’s fourth largest acquisition in the United States in 10 years, solidify the company’s presence in the O&P and compression markets, and open up a new market, devices for orthopedic prothesis (post-amputation prosthetic socks and prosthetic...

compression, Knit-Rite, M&A, o&P, Therafirm, Thuasne


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Business Development

Invest in credentials, retail for O&P success

October 28, 2019John Andrews

Effectively serving the orthotics and prosthetics market requires more than just casual attention to the product and service lines of the category. For O&P to be a successful business venture for HME providers, it takes a commitment to learning the products and the patients who need them, specialists working in the field say.It starts with seeking and securing the appropriate O&P certification credentials, as well as learning about the retail environment associated with the people who use these products....

BOC, Compression hosiery, Knit-Rite, Orthotics


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Therafirm expands capacity with new facility

July 16, 2013HME News Staff

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Therafirm, a Knit-Rite company, has moved its North Carolina operations from Ellerbe to Hamlet. More than 250 people attended a grand opening ceremony recently to take tours of the newly renovated, state-of-the-art facility. Therafirm, which Knit-Rite acquired in 2000, designs, markets and manufactures compression hosiery and other textiles for the medical and consumer markets. The facility allows the company to expand capabilities and capacity, according to a press release.“We...

Compression hosiery, expansion, Knit-Rite, Therafirm


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