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People in the news: Connally, Fletcher & Ricker, Whitehall, Vishnevetsky

May 5, 2016HME News Staff

Thad Connally, president of the Kentucky Medical Equipment Suppliers Association, will be presented with the AAHomecare/Mal Mixon Legislative Advocate Award at the association's Washington Legislative Conference later this month for his advocacy record at both the state and federal levels…Derek Fletcher has been named adult products manager for Molift, Immedia and R82, while Steve Ricker has been promoted to eastern region sales manager of the pediatric group comprised of R82 and Convaid…Ian Whitehall...

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Harbour Group buys SP Industries

December 10, 2015HME News Staff

ST. LOUIS - Harbour Group has acquired SP Industries, which, in 2014, bought Bel-Art Products, the parent company of Maddak. Warminster, Pa.-based SP Industries designs and manufactures scientific equipment, biological drug manufacturing solutions and precision labware. It has been part of Graham Partners' portfolio since March 2011. "SP's brand strength, breadth of product and in-house manufacturing capabilities fit very well with our experience in the manufactured products sector," said Jeff...

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Drive Medical, SP Industries make acquisitions

July 3, 2014HME News Staff

YARMOUTH, Maine - The HME industry saw a spurt of M&A activity this week, with Drive Medical buying Medquip, and SP Industries buying Bel-Art Products, the parent company of Maddak. Drive Medical becomes well equipped Port Washington, N.Y.-based Drive Medical says the acquisition of Medquip positions it as a leader in the nebulizer and respiratory disposable product categories. Bluffton, S.C.-based Medquip is best known for its Airial line of pediatric nebulizers, according to a press release. “Drive...

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Drive Medical, SP Industries make acquisitions

July 3, 2014HME News Staff

YARMOUTH, Maine - The HME industry saw a spurt of M&A activity last week, with Drive Medical buying Medquip, and SP Industries buying Bel-Art Products, the parent company of Maddak.Drive Medical becomes well equippedPort Washington, N.Y.-based Drive Medical says the acquisition of Medquip positions it as a leader in the nebulizer and respiratory disposable product categories. Bluffton, S.C.-based Medquip is best known for its Airial line of pediatric nebulizers, according to a press release.“Drive...

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