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TMCNet:  HealthLink Europe Expands Footprint in Europe for U.S.-based Medtech Companies, Vertically Integrating Key Operations and Services

[February 04, 2013]

HealthLink Europe Expands Footprint in Europe for U.S.-based Medtech Companies, Vertically Integrating Key Operations and Services

RALEIGH, N.C., & TILBURG, the Netherlands --(Business Wire)--

HealthLink Europe:

"We are the gateway to Europe for U.S.-based medical technology companies." Rick Hughes, President, HealthLink Europe

HealthLink Europe, an ISO 13485:2012 Medical Device Support Services and Distribution Company that has been providing European sales, customer service and logistics support to the U.S. device industry since 1994, announced toay that its operations and services are now vertically integrated for specific functions of the Company.

"We are extremely pleased that our operations and services are vertically integrated throughout our Company," said Joost (News - Alert) van den Heuvel. Chief Operating Officer. "We now combine 19 years of in-depth working knowledge about the European medical markets along with full logistics solutions and related services with our own employees and resources.

"The fact that we now control all the aspects of our operations means that the level of services we provide to our clients is superior and seamless," van den Heuvel said. "This new vertical integration, combined with our ability to be electronically connected with strategic clients, allows us to provide seamless service as a direct extension of these clients' operations."

"We are very proud to be an integral part of the European operations for our U.S.-based medical technology clients," said Richard "Rick" Hughes (News - Alert), President of HealthLink Europe. "From logistics and order fulfillment, to customer care call center, to sales and accounts receivable and much more, we are the European business operation for more than 70 great medtech companies."

ABOUT HEALTHLINK EUROPE

HealthLink Europe is an ISO 13485:2012 Medical Device Support Services and Distribution Company with facilities in the Netherlands and the United States. North American Medical Device Manufacturers use its services to serve their customers throughout Europe, increasing margins and revenues, using HealthLink's flexible and scalable model. Acting as an extension of its customers' business in Europe, HealthLink provides Customer Care Services, Financial Services, Warehousing and Logistics, Fulfillment and Value Added Services, IT Support, and Authorized Representative services, and more. www.healthlinkeurope.com, Toll Free: (800) 781-8926.


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