British specialist wound care was bought by an American medical equipment giant in the deal, which is worth more than 100 million pounds.
Crawford healthcare, which is based in Cheshire and makes specialist dressings for weeping wounds, was acquired by Acelity, a company with headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, which is considered the largest wound care company in the world with annual sales of $1.87 billion (£1.39 billion) and employs about 5,000 people. Crawford, by contrast, the sales volume of the company amounted to 30 million pounds last year and has 150 employees.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but known, praised Crawford in more than 100 million pounds.
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