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our history in healthcare runs deep.
Supermax Healthcare is a leading international manufacturer of high-quality medical and industrial gloves. Currently, Supermax Healthcare exports to over 150 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the South Pacific.
With over 11 manufacturing plants equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, energy-saving biomass systems, and a research and development center, Supermax Healthcare produces more than 26 billion glove units per year or approximately 12% of the world demand for latex examination gloves with plans for further capacity increases in the next few years.
A division of Supermax Healthcare, Aurelia® Gloves has been the top provider of examination gloves in the North American market since 2000. Our innovative and trusted Nitrile and Latex gloves are used across the world, from healthcare to industrial. We are proud to say that we are one of very few glove brands that source directly from our own manufacturing facilities, so we can ensure only the best quality and consistent supply/inventory.
At Aurelia® we never compromise when it comes to safety, comfort, or value. By continually advancing the development, manufacturing, automation, and supply chain management processes, we’ve maintained consistently high-value and affordable gloves.
We specialize in these occupations:
- Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
- Private Label
We’ve Redefined the Supply Chain
Products That Make a Difference
Giving Back to the Communities We Serve
Committed to a Healthier Environment
This approach has allowed Aurelia® Gloves to become the preferred provider of examination gloves for the North American market since 2000. We’re grateful for the trust you’ve put into our products and we’ll continue to deliver the best-in-class products you have come to love.
protection. comfort. safety. sensitivity.
We know the features that are important to you and are pleased to offer a wide range of high-quality products that fit your needs perfectly.
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