Maxxim Medical Signs Can Liner Contract

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WALTHAM, Mass. - Officials at Maxxim Medical, Inc. say they have signed a five-year contract with AmeriNet Choice for the healthcare organization's can liner business.

Maxxim Medical will provide the company with hamper and biohazard bags -- a deal estimated at $4 million annually, for a potential $20 million during the contract.

Jeff Urbany, vice president of Maxxim Medical says the company is prepared for the agreement to begin.

"We are pleased to have been awarded the contract for AmeriNet Choice Can Liners," he says. "Our experience in this area provides their facilities with the opportunity to review standardization and utilization procedures as a way to enhance savings opportunities. Moreover, our wide product offering provides us the ability to cross-reference to any existing liner."

Maxxim Medical also manufactures disposable medical products and a range of specialty medical products that include custom surgical procedural trays and vascular devices.

AmeriNet, Inc., operates three shareholder healthcare organizations: AmeriNet Central, Intermountain Health Care and Vector. This grouping represents 14,568 facilities in 50 states.

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