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DePuy Synthes Awarded U.S. D.O.D. Contract for Orthopedic Products

By PR Newswire | May 15, 2017

Company will supply $260 million worth of products to the Defense Logistics Agency's electronic catalog.

DePuy Synthes*, part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies**, has been awarded a national contract from the U.S. Department of Defense for its orthopedic products. Under the contract, DePuy Synthes will supply up to $260 million worth of orthopedic products to the Defense Logistics Agency's electronic catalog (ECAT) of medical products, which offers U.S. military medical treatment facilities worldwide access to a full spectrum of medical products for active U.S. military personnel and veterans.
 
"Our commitment to U.S. military servicemen, women and their families has spanned more than a century, and we are excited to continue that commitment by bringing our innovative orthopedic products to U.S. military medical treatment facilities worldwide through the ECAT system," said Juan-José Gonzalez, president, DePuy Synthes, U.S. "ECAT not only creates a more efficient online purchasing system, but it also enables us to deliver on our promise to provide products and capabilities that help to improve overall care and increase patient satisfaction."
 
For more information, visit https://www.defense.gov/News/Contracts/Contract-View/Article/1165420/.
 
*Contracted through Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc. for DePuy Synthes Sales, Inc. spine orthopaedic products.
**The Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies comprise the surgery, orthopaedics, and cardiovascular businesses within Johnson & Johnson's Medical Devices segment.

 

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