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Upsher-Smith Is Honored with Prestigious Industry Award for Excellence and Innovation
Date:6/15/2012

MAPLE GROVE, Minn., June 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. announced today that it is the recipient of Distribution Industry Awards for Notable Achievements in Healthcare (DIANA) given by the Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA). The Company was presented with two DIANAs, one in the 'Branded Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturer' category. Within this category, Upsher-Smith was the winner for the third year in a row of the 'Best Overall Branded Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturer with Sales to Healthcare Distributors of Less Than $300 Million.' The Company also was awarded a DIANA for 'Best Consumer Product Manufacturer with Sales to Healthcare Distributors of More Than $10 Million' within the 'Consumer Product Manufacturer' category. This is the second time that Upsher-Smith has been honored among the finalists in this category. The HDMA recognized leading pharmaceutical and consumer product manufacturers with the presentation of 10 DIANA Awards at HDMA's 2012 Business and Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas on June 11.

"Upsher-Smith strives to consistently deliver excellent service to our customers," said Scott Hussey, VP of Sales, Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. "Receiving this honor for three consecutive years is valuable affirmation from the distributors of our commitment to consistently meet or exceed their manufacturer expectations. These awards speak volumes to us because of the importance we place on customer relationships."

For more than 50 years, the DIANA awards have been presented to healthcare and consumer product manufacturers that set the standard for excellence in new product introductions and promotions. DIANA winners are chosen by HDMA distributor members who judge companies based on several criteria including: knowledgeable salespeople, high-level customer service, demonstrated flexibility and creativity in marketing, and incorporation of new technologies to ensure pr
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