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Tri-anim and Bound Tree Medical Merge to Create Nation's Leading Specialty Health Care Distributor
Date:6/5/2008

Water Street Healthcare Partners Leads Combination to Form Nation's Foremost Distributor of Specialty EMS, Respiratory and Surgical Products

SYLMAR, Calif. and DUBLIN, Ohio, June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Tri-anim, the largest U.S. specialty distributor of respiratory products and a leading distributor of emergency medical services (EMS) products, and Bound Tree Medical, the largest national supplier of EMS products, announced today that they have merged to create the nation's leading specialty distributor of health care products. Water Street Healthcare Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused exclusively on the health care industry, brought the two companies together and has committed $75 million in equity financing to expand the combined entity's market-leadership position.

Tri-anim and Bound Tree have more than 60 years of combined experience in the multi-billion dollar EMS, respiratory and surgical markets. Together, the two companies provide more than 100,000 health care products to thousands of hospitals, surgery centers and emergency care providers throughout the country. They generate combined revenues exceeding $400 million, employ 600 professionals and manage 17 distribution centers across the U.S.

"This transformational combination creates the nation's first multi-channel specialty distributor providing hospitals and EMS providers with unparalleled expertise and customer service," said Chris Sweeney, Water Street's principal on the privately negotiated merger. "Bound Tree and Tri-anim set the bar for exceptional product knowledge and world-class customer support. They are both highly regarded leaders in their respective markets. We are thrilled about this combination and see tremendous opportunity for growth, particularly as specialty health care markets continue to expand and customers demand high-quality distribution partners."

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