Derma Sciences Will Manufacture a Line of Smith & Nephew Wound Dressings


PRINCETON, N.J. -- Derma Sciences, Inc., a manufacturer and full line supplier of wound and skin care products, today announced that the company has entered into a multi-year agreement with Smith & Nephew plc to manufacture a line of S&N-brand wound dressing for sale around the world. The company expects first year revenue from the agreement of approximately $1 million.

"Our company is proud to be working with market-leader Smith & Nephew," said Edward J. Quilty, president and CEO. "Our selection speaks to Derma Sciences' commitment to quality products, and reflects the confidence and belief Smith & Nephew has in our company. We look forward to working closely with them and for the opportunity to work on additional projects in the near future."

Source: Derma Sciences, Inc.



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