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Winner Medical's PurCotton E-Commerce Sets Sail
Date:8/29/2011

good understanding of internet operation and brand needs and have affluent resources and network in e-commerce field.

Mr. Jianquan Li, President and Chief Executive Officer of Winner Medical, comments: "in the past more-than-a-year initiation of PurCotton® consumer products, the Company has been gaining experience and progress. Now, by leveraging the advantages from Winner Medical and the other two partners, the Company can provide professional, safe and prompt online purchasing service in addition to its existing offline sales channels which offer product recognition, experiencing and purchasing service." "At the same time, we will capitalize on the online platform run by PurCotton E-Commerce, www.purcotton.com, to offer our customers more quality products and services while using our flagship store in Taobao.com for sales expansion and brand awareness. We believe that with the solid agreement with our partners, PurCotton E-Commerce will develop rapidly, perfecting sales channels for PurCotton® consumer products and building PurCotton® brand among consumers." Mr. Li added.

About Winner Medical:

Winner Medical is a leading medical disposable products manufacturer in China, with business operations consisting of manufacturing, researching, developing and marketing cotton-based medical dressings and medical disposables, as well as consumer products. The Company has fourteen wholly-owned operating subsidiaries and three joint ventures, which manufacture tailored medical disposables and dressings, as well as non-woven fabric made from 100% natural cotton. With a vertically integrated supply chain ranging from spinning fabric to finished goods, the Company provides its customers with a wide range of products, from surgical and wound care to consumer products. The Company sells and markets its medical products and 100% natural cotton non-woven jumbo rolls in China and abroad. For nine conse
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