PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- SAM Medical Products® was included in the Inc. 5000 annual rankings of the fastest-growing
The Inc. 5000 recognizes the importance of growing entrepreneurial companies that are changing the business landscape. The awards ceremony and conference is in Washington, D.C. next month.
How the Inc. 5000 is Chosen
The Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2006 through 2009. To qualify, companies have to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, independent, and generating revenue for the four full calendar years. During this four year period, total revenues for SAM Medical Products® grew 48.60%.
Future Growth Prospects
SAM Medical Products® has maintained its growth through the current recession with the continuous launch of innovative new products. Dr. Sam Scheinberg, CEO and founder of SAM Medical Products, attributes the success to the company's mission: "We begin with the best and make them better. The best people, the best products, and the best practices. This allows us to compete successfully with much larger companies."
In September, SAM Medical Products will be growing again by moving into its new global headquarters, in Wilsonville, OR. The new headquarters will combine its corporate offices, new manufacturing plant, and new R&D facilities under one roof.
About SAM Medical Products®
SAM Medical Products is a privately held developer and manufacturer of innovative medical products used for emergency, military, and hospital care. Products include the widely used SAM Splint, SAM Pelvic Sling II, Soft Shell Splint, CELOX line of hemostatic agents, BursaMed line of shear and friction relieving dressings, and Blist-O-Ban blister prevention bandages. For more than 25 years, SAM Medical Products has represented innovation and quality to the medical professional. More information can be found on their website at www.sammedical.com.
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