PAUL HARTMANN to Provide High-quality Medical Supplies for Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games
At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the leading European developer and supplier of medical supplies, PAUL HARTMANN, has been named the Supplier to the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi in the 'First Aid' category. An agreement was signed by the President of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee, Dmitry Chernyshenko, and the CEO of PAUL HARTMANN Russia, Yuri Kalabin. Under the agreement, the company will provide medics at the Paralympic Winter Games with high-quality medical supplies.
PAUL HARTMANN is the recognized world-leader in the band-aid and bandages market. Medics at the Paralympic Games will have a huge range of the company's products at their disposal including tissues, bandages, band-aids, sterile first aid kits, cotton wool dressings, support bandages and cooling bandages, surgical hats and masks, and much more besides.
President of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee Dmitry Chernyshenko noted:
“PAUL HARTMANN, global leader in the development of medical supplies, has become the Supplier of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games. With nearly 200 years of experience, we have no doubt the company will supply the Games with quality and reliable products. It is also important that we are united by our common views: together we strive to change society's attitude towards people with disabilities and support them on their way to self-fulfillment.”
PAUL HARTMANN Russia CEO, Yuri Kalabin, marked:
"It is a great honor for us to support the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, and it is a task that places great responsibility on our shoulders. We have no doubt that thanks to the Games the Paralympic movement is going to receive a fresh boost to its development in Russia. Helping people is an integral part of PAUL HARTMANN's mission. I'm sure we will be able to make a considerable contribution to protecting the health of Paralympians and the spectators at the sporting events."
Notes to the Editor
PAUL HARTMANN is Europe's leading developer and supplier of medical supplies, and has a 195-year history. PAUL HARTMANN is recognized by medical experts as the company that formed the contemporary market for band-aids and bandages.
PAUL HARTMANN has subsidiaries and offices in 39 countries throughout the world. The company has over 10,000 employees on its books. Its total turnover at the end of 2012 was 1.758 billion Euros. The company has 25 plants in 9 countries, at which it produces more than 2,500 items of medical supplies. PAUL HARTMANN plans to launch production in Russia, too, in 2013.
PAUL HARTMANN products have been well-known in Russia since the early '90s. A subsidiary OOO "PAUL HARTMANN" was set up in October 1997, with a warehouse located in Moscow. The company currently has employees working in more than 100 cities throughout every region of Russia.
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