Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises will now have access to Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals to distribute its Bosma AccelerateOR kits, which are used to cleanup in medical settings after procedures. The company says it is partnering with Philadelphia-based DiSorb Systems, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.
Through this agreement, DiSorb will distribute Bosma’s products to VA hospitals throughout the country. DiSorb manufactures specialty waste management products to minimize exposure to blood-borne illnesses.
Bosma, which employs people who are blind or visually impaired, provides training for a variety of jobs, including fulfillment centers and contract packaging of goods.
Bosma participates in the federal AbilityOne Program, which provides products and services to the federal government at a fair market price. DiSorb is an authorized AbilityOne distributor.
“Our future success is contingent on establishing partnerships like the one we have with DiSorb,” said Jeff Mittman, Bosma Enterprises president and chief executive officer “Our agreement with DiSorb facilitates exciting opportunities for Bosma while allowing us to work with a trusted AbilityOne distributor committed to placing our products in the hands of our nation’s veterans.”