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Medline Signs 3-Year Purchasing Agreement for Mouth Rinse From Chester Labs
Date:6/2/2008

MUNDELEIN, Ill., June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Medline Industries, Inc., the nation's largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, announced today that it has signed a three-year agreement to purchase mouth rinse from Chester Labs, a manufacturer of liquid products for personal care, infection control and diagnostic use in medical facilities.

"Given recent shortages of mouth rinse in the healthcare market, we are happy to extend our partnership with Chester Labs to continue providing our customers with mouth rinse that meets FDA standards," said Andy Mills, President of Medline.

This agreement will ensure that Medline receives an increased volume of alcohol-free mouth rinse to accommodate its customer needs. Medline distributes the mouth rinse under the Medline label to hospitals, medical centers and long-term care facilities nationwide.

"Chester Labs is very pleased to enter into this agreement with Medline. It gives Chester the security to invest in this segment of our business to increase capacity at a time when it is very much needed. It also provides Medline and its customers a reliable, high-quality source of supply," said John Armstrong, President of Chester Labs.

Each lot of mouth rinse is tested for microbial contamination of (pathogenic) bacteria such as B. cepacia. All bottles carry a sealed foil cap to protect the integrity of the product.

About Medline

Medline, headquartered in Mundelein, IL, manufactures and distributes more than 100,000 products to hospitals, extended care facilities, surgery centers, home care dealers and agencies and other markets. Total revenue for Medline in 2007 exceeded $2.86 billion. Meeting national and international quality standards, Medline is FDA QSR compliant and ISO 13485 certified. Medline serves on major industry quality committees to develop guidelines and standards for medical product use, including the FDA Midwest Steering Committee, AAMI Steriliz
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