Medical supply company to invest $8.5M in new Indiana distribution center 

Sarnova HC, an Ohio-based medical supply corporation, announced its intent to invest $8.5 million in a medical logistics and distribution center in Greenwood, Ind., the Daily Journal reported Jan. 21.

Sarnova comprises five companies providing equipment and services to first responders and EMS companies throughout the country. Brian Ellis, Sarnova's CEO, told the Daily Journal. Three Sarnova subsidiaries would be at the Greenwood facility: Bound Tree Medical, Emergency Medical Products and Tri-anim Health Services. 

City documents show operations on the 200,000-square-foot facility are expected to begin later this year. Sarnova officials told the Daily Journal their interest in the city resulted from a two-year endeavor to see how supply chain operations could be optimized. The company looked at six potential sites in four states before it chose Greenwood. 

A final vote on the facility is "likely" to take place at a city council hearing on Feb. 23.

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