28 January 2019 – TheBusinessDesk
Administrators have been called in at Stockport based Karomed, a company that has been trading for 30 years but now hit by tightening budgets within the National Health Service.
Duff and Phelps has been appointed and said it will continue to trade the business in administration while looking for a buyer.
Karomed was operating for over 30 years in the acute and community healthcare sectors, selling and renting a wide range of specialist pressure-reducing care products and services for both patients and carers.
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