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UMF Medical Announces New Name
Date:3/6/2012

JOHNSTOWN, Pa., March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- UMF today announced its plan to re-brand the company as UMF Medical.  The brand conversion is already underway.

UMF Medical has a rich history of 56 years in the exam room equipment industry under the name United Metal Fabricators.  The US Small Business Administration has named them the 2011 Small Business Exporter of the Year, and recently they were certified as a Women's Business Enterprise (WBE).

"This is an exciting time for UMF Medical," said Eileen Melvin, President and CEO of the Johnstown, PA manufacturer.  "We have an excellent reputation for producing exam room equipment that is reliable, safe and accessible for health care providers and their patients, and now we can expand upon that reputation with our rebranding."

She notes that as the company has grown, their name wasn't reflecting their products as well as it could.   "While United Metal Fabricators reflected the durability and strength of our products' foundation – steel – our new name now more accurately reflects the market we serve while still tying in our past," says Melvin.  "However, what matters most is that our quality remains the same, only the name changes." 

Included in the rebranding are a new logo, color scheme, and website – www.umfmedical.com.   UMF Medical sought an outside consultant to guide them through the rebranding process.

 

About UMF Medical

UMF Medical is dedicated to supporting improved patient health through efficiencies, reliability and durability. Located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the company manufactures excellent quality exam room equipment solutions that are efficient and reliable for health care providers, and safe, comfortable and respectful for all patients.  In business for more than 56 years, UMF Medical's exam tables, stools, chairs and stainless steel equipment and full line of exam room equipment are recognized around the world for exceptional quality and durability.  Read more at www.umfmedical.com

Media Contact:

Eileen Melvin UMF Medical, 814.266.8726, emelvin@umfmedical.com

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