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Trinity Uniforms strikes 3-year deal with The Broadlane
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Jan '11
Trinity Uniforms will soon vault near the top of its industry when it starts supplying medical apparel in direct sales to millions of employees who work for 51,000 health care providers around the country.

A newly signed three-year contract will make Trinity's 80,000 products available to several million people through The Broadlane Group, one of the United States' largest supply-chain management companies for the health care industry.

Having recently acquired The Broadlane Group, Med Assets manages about $41 billion in total supply-chain spending by its member hospitals and other health care providers.

“We were one of the few minority companies that applied that had a national distribution channel,” said Anne Klus, Trinity's chief executive officer and president. “Our company may be small, but we have a proven track record of selling to the health care industry.”

That track record includes Trinity contracting with the federal and state governments, and supplying Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest members of The Broadlane Group.

“Our long-standing business relationships really demonstrate how Trinity meets its members' needs,” said George Klus, Trinity's vice president and chief financial officer to his wife, Anne.

Trinity's websites – offering clothing made by such popular lines as Dickie's and Cherokee -- will become a “one-stop shop” for any uniforms that health care providers need in their organizations. As a bonus, individual employees can make their own purchases and still receive the same discounted pricing offered to health care providers.

“This means that any individual -- doctor, nurse, lab technician, any health care provider – can pay that same price that an organization pays when buying items by the thousands,” George Klus said. “That should translate to a typical savings of 20 to 30 percent.”

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