Texas Medical Technology Partners with Lavior, Brings Diabetes Skin Care Products Across the U.S. – Tech Times

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Leading medical supplies manufacturer and distributor Texas Medical Technology announced a partnership with diabetic skin treatment company Lavior Wednesday. Lavior is the only company exclusively dedicated to offering a full lifecycle line of diabetic skin treatments, from prevention to treatment.

The partnership includes a distribution agreement across the United States, alongside a longer-term commitment toward collaboration and knowledge exchange between the two companies.

“Lavior is a company for whom I hold a lot of admiration,” said Omri Shafran, Founder & CEO of Texas Medical Technology. “As our conversations became more commonplace and we began exchanging more ideas, it seemed only natural that we should begin working together on a deeper, more official level.”

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As part of the collaboration, Texas Medical Technology will help manage Lavior’s distribution processes to its portfolio of skincare customers.

The partnership also incorporated a wider collaboration between the two companies, including the networking of customer bases, the exchange of logistics and industry knowledge, and a shared philosophy of helping disadvantaged communities.

“It’s a really exciting partnership we’ve struck up here with Texas Medical Technology, since it’s not solely about distribution,” said Gilad Savion, Co-Founder and CEO of Lavior.

Texas Medical Technology was established to meet the soaring demand for personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company now has a 144,000-square-foot factory in Houston, Texas that employs 550 workers from 53 countries, including refugees assisted by the YMCA of Greater Houston and the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.

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The three entrepreneurs behind Texas Medical Technology also come from diverse backgrounds, forming what some might term an unlikely alliance. Omri Shafran and Dimitri Menin are Israeli, while Jad Shraim is of Palestinian descent, showcasing one of the most potent forces of diversity working for the common good.

Their focus since the beginning has been on working together for the greater good, regardless of origin. Keeping in line with their mission to aid disadvantaged communities across the country, the company also recently announced joint ventures with The Modoc Nation of Oklahoma.

The Lavior diabetes line was developed after 11 years of research and clinical trials to address the specific skin care needs of people with diabetes and help reduce their risk of skin complications. With its headquarters in Miami, the company has warehouse locations across the country.

“This shared collaboration between two companies who share the same philosophies around creating well-being from business, not just profit,” Savion said. “It’s also a brilliant opportunity to work together logistically and exchange wisdom to develop the business in the best way possible.”

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