Updated 8 November 2011


Arctic Medical’s News and History

  • September 2011: moved to new build warehouse back in Folkestone.
  • May 2011: Hypo-Fit rebranded as GSF-SYRUP and 3-sachet pack size added.
  • September 2010: IME-DC blood glucose products and IME-FINE pen needles listed on Drug Tariff.
  • January 2009:  SWELAB Alfa and new reagents registered in Russia.
  • September 2008:  Moved to larger office and warehouse facilities at Barham, Canterbury, Kent.
  • July 2008: Provision of storage and dispatch for Desang Ltd.
  • January 2008:  Exporting Hypo-Fit syrup to Russia.
  • March 2007: Arctic Medical consolidated its warehouse and office at Folkestone Enterprise Centre by Junction 13 of the M20.
  • January 2007:  IME-DC BGM system registered in Ukraine.
  • November 2006:  Exporting Hypo-Fit syrup to Ireland.
  • August 2006: Hypo-Fit syrup listed on the PPD data base and available on prescription.
  • March 2006:  Hypo-Fit syrup successfully passes ISO 17025 accredited supplement screen at HFL Ltd.
  • January 2006: Arctic Medical now provides Customer Services for users of the Hypoguard Supreme BGM in the UK and EC.
  • October 2004: Arctic Medical awarded ISO 9001-2000 by TUV UK.
  • 2001: Distribution of Palco Laboratory’s products in the EC
  • 1997:  MiniMed insulin pumps registered in Russia.
  • 1995: Hypoguard Supreme BGM system registered in Ukraine.
  • 1994:  Hypoguard Supreme BGM system registered in Russia and available on reimbursement in Moscow.
  • June 1993: Arctic Medical formed to export products to the countries of the Former Soviet Union.

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