“The Medline project has checked all the boxes when it comes to being environmentally sustainable, creating sound jobs with benefits, beautifying Montgomery’s industrial corridor, and keeping our hospitals and healthcare facilities fully stocked and functioning even during the most critical of times,” said Maureen Halahan, president & CEO, Orange County Partnership. “They are a company with dignity and integrity and this expansion not only saved hundreds of jobs it created hundreds more.”
Brian Maher, Montgomery Town Supervisor, also shared, “Medline has gone above and beyond to support the greater Town of Montgomery community in a very short period of time. When the pandemic hit more than $80,000 was diverted to assist small businesses with grants, hundreds of thousands of dollars was donated to support several community projects and just last week Medline offset travel expenses so the Montgomery Little League Softball Section Champions could compete in the State Finals. We are proud that Medline has made a home in Montgomery and we look forward to growing our relationship for many years to come.”
The new St. Peters and Montgomery distribution centers are part of Medline’s $2 billion Healthcare Resilience Initiative, a national capital expenditure campaign that included new distribution centers, manufacturing capabilities and information technology (IT) upgrades to further their commitment to delivering superior customer service.
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