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Natureplex, LLC acquisition of Medline's enema category

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OLIVE BRANCH, MS -

This is a news release from Natureplex, LLC

Natureplex, LLC, an over-the-counter drug manufacturer headquartered in Olive Branch, Mississippi, is pleased to announce that it has purchased the enema product category from Medline Industries.

Saline and mineral oil enemas have been part of Natureplex's product portfolio for many years now. This purchase will complement existing production, contribute to greater efficiencies in component and chemical purchases, and will make Natureplex the largest enema manufacturer in the United States.

Earlier this year, offices were opened in Western Europe.  To support growth in international markets and the Medline enema products, the company has added a new distribution center in Olive Branch, MS and is expanding its production facility with additional filling rooms and associated equipment.  Second quarter 2016, laboratory space will be doubled and additional office area constructed.

The company plans to work diligently on transitioning customers over and will begin production for its new customers in late February with shipments starting shortly after. Finished Goods inventory is currently being increased with a second shift to ensure no supply disruptions for new or existing customers.

About Natureplex

The privately held company was first started in 2001 and has been growing exponentially each year.  Natureplex offers its own control brand, but is also very strong in private label and contract packaging of enemas, feminine hygiene douches, over-the-counter medications, and personal care products.  Product categories include both drug and cosmetics.  All of our products are made in America by our dedicated team of professionals.

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