RedDot Brands Enhances Distributor Network
RedDot Brands Enhances Distributor NetworkRedDot Brands, a U.S.-based manufacturer of custom, proprietary dispenser systems, announced that it has signed a marketing, sales, and distribution agreement with Independent Medical Co-Op, Inc. (IMCO), one of the United States’ premier associations for independent medical distributors.
IMCO is a cooperative of 143 medical supply distributors that serve the physician, hospital, nursing home, home health, EMS, and industrial markets.
“RedDot Brands provides unique dispenser solutions for healthcare facilities,” said Steve Dennison, IMCO’s Director of Vendor Relations. “Our customers count on us to partner with quality manufacturers, and RedDot Brands is strongly positioned to bring their new line of dispenser products to the marketplace.”
Andy Ahrens, Vice President and General Manager of RedDot Brands, commented that this new relationship is an important strategic agreement that will further broaden the company’s distribution network, while addressing certain growing market segments.
“We are very excited to be partnering with IMCO to distribute our custom products,” said Ahrens. “IMCO has a long history of world-class service and dedication to their customers. Their market focus is centered in areas where we want to gain traction and ultimately lead us to a well-established position within the healthcare industry.”
IMCO notes that new agreement is a first step to bringing in-demand products to their customers through their distribution channels.
“Over the years, we have seen an increase in customer demand for custom products that reinforce brands and messaging,” continued Dennison. “RedDot Brands has an extremely flexible product line and we expect them to grow alongside the point-of-care industry. They are a welcome addition to our portfolio.”
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