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News and Events
Medline rang in the New Year with the launch of its own surgical glove lines: Signature Latex and SensiCare PI. The addition of these nine new gloves to Medline’s existing portfolio provides healthcare professionals with a wide array of gloves to fit varying user needs and preferences, for every type of surgery. Medline takes innovation and customer needs seriously, and these gloves have been designed with the end user in mind. We are addressing issues ranging from hand fatigue to latex and accelerator allergies. To read more about our new portfolio, please click here; and for more information on Medline’s commitment to allergy reduction, please click here.
In addition, we are a resource for healthcare professionals and our goal is to keep you updated on industry knowledge and best practices. For gloves, this involves topics like double gloving, allergies, going powder free and skin irritation. Please see our Knowledge Base for further information on selecting the right gloves and skincare.
FAQ Logistique, a French logistics portal followed by supply chain professionals, has published the Hardis Group’s press release (in French) announcing Medline Assembly France’s adoption of its Reflex WMS (warehouse management software) at the Châteaubriant facility. Three other websites specialised in logistics software and supply chain have also covered this story. The need for this software arose with an increase in activity and the desire for additional capacity improvement.
Consulting company, digital services and software publisher Hardis Group supports its customers in the transformation of their business model, their digital value chain and logistics execution. The Reflex WMS system is 20 years in the making and will enable the new Medline warehouse to optimise its processes and the reception, storage and delivery of products. This software also allows Medline to internalise logistics activities that were previously subcontracted. So far, manufacturing project leader Loic Le Guehennec and manufacturing director Guillaume Monsallier report that optimisation, efficiency, stocking and restocking have already improved, and they foresee numerous project and learning opportunities to form an even stronger supply chain in the future.
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