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Alliqua Becomes Exclusive Distributor of sorbion-Branded Wound Products in the Americas Through Agreement with Carolon
Date:9/26/2013

reement with sorbion, gives Alliqua a terrific boost for launching sorbion sana into the U.S. market, while we take over the sales of sorbion sachet S, immediately. Our existing sales capacity for our hydrogel products is now significantly expanded as well."

Johnson further elaborated: "With an already established list of sorbion customers obtained via this Carolon agreement, obtaining exclusive rights in the U.S. to other sorbion products became the next logical step in our plan to unfold a dynamic sales and distribution network in the Americas for wound care products. Every step of the way, we are committed to excellence, a seamless transition for current and future customers, excellent customer service and growth, and to offering quality-established as well as new and exciting products."  

Larry Reid, President of Carolon, stated, "We are looking forward to transitioning the sorbion product line to Alliqua as we are confident that they will build upon the foundation we have created. Carolon is actively engaged in extensive research and development involving compression technology. This agreement provides the opportunity for Carolon to concentrate on its core competencies, marketing, manufacturing and introducing new advanced compression products."

About Carolon

Headquartered in North Carolina, Carolon is a privately held company manufacturing an innovative line of vascular medical compression products. For more information, please visit http://www.carolon.com.

About sorbion GmbH & Co. KG

sorbion GmbH & Co. KG is an owner-operated company based in Senden (Münsterland region, Westphalia, Germany) which specializes in the development, production and sale of products for modern wound treatment. Since its foundation in 2001 by the Riesinger family, sorbion has established itself as an i
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