H&H Medical Corporation, based at Ordinary, recently received an almost $5 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense for a variety of its tactical medical devices.
The Defense Logistics Agency announced the award for its Medical Electronic Catalog (ECAT) that delivers more than $16 million of medical equipment monthly to U.S. military and federal agencies serving around the world.
“ECAT represents a new, faster way for our U.S. military customers to get our life-saving products into the field,” H&H president Paul X. Harder said. “This contract opens up more of our products to more military customers.”
Harder said that the company is one of only about a half dozen in the world that are major manufacturers of emergency trauma products. Besides sales to the U.S. Marine Corps and, to a lesser extent, other branches of the U.S. military, Harder said they sell products to foreign countries as far-flung as the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Croatia...
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