InnoTherapy America Retains Dorian Drake International as its Export Sales Representatives for Latin America and the Caribbean
White Plains, New York -- InnoTherapy America, Inc., manufacturer of the InnoSeal hemostatic wound-healing pads, announced that it has retained Dorian Drake International, Inc. as it export representatives for select markets throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. The new agreement went into effect April 1, 2019.
Speaking of the firm’s new representative agreement with Dorian Drake International, President of InnoTherapy America Chang Kim said “InnoTherapy America is excited to work with an established company such as Dorian Drake. The infrastructure of the company compliments the extensive presence in Latin America. Together we will ensure to bring a quality product to benefit medical professions as well as patients.”
Said Ed Dorian, Dorian Drake’s CEO, “InnoSeal is a great product that we know will impress medical practitioners and sell well through our established distribution in the region. We are very excited about our new partnership with InnoTherapy America.”
About InnoTherapy America & InnoSeal Hemostatic Pads
Based in Fort Lee, NJ, InnoTherapy America is dedicated to the promotion and sale of the InnoSeal hemostatic wound-healing pads, which is constructed with a patented, massively porous, non-woven, soft, sponge material that instantly forms hemostatic barrier on blood contact, then promotes and maintains stable clotting when used during medical procedures. To learn more, go to innosealhemostat.com.
About Dorian Drake International, an Export Management Company (EMC)
Headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., Dorian Drake International is an export management company that manages international sales, marketing, customer service, traffic, credit and collections for manufacturers selling in markets outside the United States. The firm staffs stand-alone sales teams in five distinct industries: automotive; foodservice equipment; hardware and lawn and garden; industrial and environmental, and medical.