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2013

  • To support recent growth Corflex increased its manufacturing and warehouse space by more than double and increased its workforce by 50%.

2012

  • Premier awards an agreement for orthopedic soft goods to Corflex effective October 2012.

2011

  • Novation awards an agreement for orthopedic soft goods products to Corflex, Inc., effective July 1 2011
  • Corflex, a veteran owned manufacturer of orthopedic rehabilitation products announces the addition of it’s full product line to GSA Advantage.
  • Corporate headquarters under goes a major renovation project which increases office and manufacturing space.

2010

  • Corflex launches a line of cryo pneumatic products for treating knee, shoulder , ankle, elbow and hand patients.

2009

  • Corflex expands its EDI and GHX web based ordering capabilities
  • Corflex selects “Designed For Life” as its new tagline and launches it with all marketing endeavors.

2008

  • Corflex introduces Cooltex , a line of sportsmedicine supports made from a neoprene alternative material that is lightweight, breathable and hypo-allergenic.

2006   

  • Corflex signs four year agreement with Yankee Alliance, a Northeast Hospital based GPO system

2005

  • Corflex offers web-based order entry via EDI (electronic data interface) to it’s customers
  • Corflex signs long-term agreements with two regional GPO/IDN’s

2004

  • Corflex is awarded an FSS Contract by the Veterans Administration to supply neoprene support to VA facilities
  • Corflex is awarded a DAPA Contract by the Department of Defense to supply orthopedic rehabilitation products to military medical facilities

2003

  • Corflex entire product line becomes 100% latex free
  • Corflex forges business alliances with three leading hospital distribution companies

2002

  • Corflex expands its product line when it gains distribution rights for a German made line of dynamic splints

2000

  • Corflex updates its logo and places a renewed emphasis on promoting brand products
  • Corflex introduces Target, a line of quality neoprene supports

1999

  • Medic-Air Corporation of America, a manufacturer of air-filled cushions that provide adjustable support for the entire body, is purchased by Corflex

1998

  • Corflex receives CE Mark and becomes certified to sell complete product line in Europe

1996

  • Corflex expands its distribution channels into Europe

1995

  • Poly Cast, a vacuum-formed plastic operation, is acquired by Corflex from Pol Vac, Inc.  This acquisition gives Corflex the ability to manufacture a full line of fracture bracing products

1993

  • Having now outgrown its Melrose facility, Corflex makes a strategic decision to move its operation to Manchester, New Hampshire to allow for additional growth and to tap into a talented pool of stitchers

1986

  • Due to an expanding product line and increased sales, Corflex moves its operation to a larger and more modern facility in Melrose, Massachusetts.

1984

  • Trimed, Inc. purchases Corflex, Inc. and transitions its manufacturing operations from flexible corsets to orthopedic soft goods. Trimed assumes the name Corflex and moves the operation toWinchester,Massachusetts.

1982

  • Trimed, Inc. a New Englandsurgical supplies distributor of orthopedic and otological products, is founded by Ted Lorenzetti, Sr.

1955

  • Corflex, Inc. is incorporated in Bridgeport, Connecticut as a manufacturer of flexible corsets, hence the origin of the name “Corflex”.