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Bloomberg reported. OneMed serves both public and private customers in the healthcare sector with medical supplies, other supplies and related products as well as medical equipment. OneMed’s portfolio contains over 40,000 products that cover all the medical supplies a healthcare provider needs, the company says. The company is present in the Nordics, the Baltics, the Netherlands and Central and Eastern Europe. OneMed was formed during 2006-2009 by combining six companies, operating in the medical supplies market around the Baltic Sea region, and by divesting selected non-core assets. 3i led a leveraged management buyout of OneMed from Finland’s private equity firm CapMan, in December 2010, by way of €163.5 million in debt financing. During CapMan’s ownership OneMed’s turnover grew from €148 million in 2006 to close to €400 million in 2010, 3i said at the time of its buyout. OneMed has leveraged its international presence and network to access new suppliers to improve supply chain management and sourcing. Over the last few years, OneMed has consolidated its market position, says 3i. In January 2015, OneMed acquired Bosman, a Dutch medical devices business with 75,000 customers, 200 employees and a turnover of close to €50 million in 2014. In April 2016, OneMed further expanded in the Dutch market with the acquisition of family-owned business Lensvelt Medical, with revenue of €13 million and 40 employees, said 3i. According to 3i’s latest disclosures, as of April 2016, OneMed is active in twelve countries, employs more than 700 FTEs and its “annual net sales amount to €400 million.” Founded in 1945, 3i is a leading international investment manager focused on mid-market private equity, infrastructure and debt management across Europe, Asia and North America. With nine offices across Europe, the US and Asia. 3i had a market capitalization of £5.5 billion, as of July 1, 2016.]]>