|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 10:30 AM EDT||
RALEIGH, N.C. and 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH, the Netherlands, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthLink Europe (http://www.healthlinkeurope.com) has expanded its North American operations through its subsidiary HealthLink International, by opening a 100% medical facility, providing warehousing, fulfillment and order to cash services for medical device manufacturers, throughout North America, utilizing our global ERP platform.
Building on the experience we have gained since 1994 serving our customers in Europe with customer service, VAT deferment, fulfillment and logistics services to the medical industry, HealthLink International offers our customers the same platform for growth in the American market.
Establishing a North American warehouse and order to cash operation, enables us to support our existing customer base, as well as provide value added services for medical device companies throughout North America.
Explains Rick Hughes, President of HealthLink Europe and HealthLink International: "Our flexibility and ability to provide solutions for our customers enables us to support more than 90 medical device companies in both continents. We ship to locations throughout the world and have a state of the art, secure web portal, that tracks and traces all movements of inventory and financial information and is available to all our customers."
ABOUT HEALTHLINK EUROPE:
HealthLink Europe is 100% medical, ISO 13485 certified, specializing in class II and III devices and their associated regulatory requirements. Acting as an extension of its customers' business, HealthLink provides Customer Care Services, Financial Services, Warehousing and Logistics, Fulfillment and Value Added Services, IT Support, Authorized Representative services, and more.
CONTACT: Rick Hughes, 919 349 1293
SOURCE HealthLink Europe
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