Canton, CT, April 7, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kelyniam Global Inc.(OTC: KLYG), a manufacturer of custom cranial implants, announces preliminary revenue of $1,857,516 for 2013. This represents an increase of 54% vs. sales of $1,206,227 in 2012. The Kelyniam product fit and quick turnaround has captured the attention of surgeons throughout the United States. The revenue increase reflects the continued rollout in many additional hospitals. The company will provide financials on their website, kelyniam.com, when they become available in final form from the Accounting Firm.
President and CEO Tennyson S. Anthony stated: "Although we are showing consistent growth and have become a profitable company in a relatively short time, rest assured we are focused on building a company that has the ability to grow at a much greater rate in the near future. My team and I have been working tirelessly to create a company that has the technology, economic fortitude, and operational efficiency to be the market leader in customized implants. We are just starting to see the fruits of our efforts."
About Kelyniam Global, Incorporated
Kelyniam Global (Pinksheets: KLYG), Inc. specializes in the use of CAD/CAM technology to provide patient specific custom implants to assist medical professionals by allowing them to operate more effectively, improve patient care, and reduce health care costs by providing the highest quality products available with today's technology. The company is continually researching and developing new products and processes to help patients live more active and productive lives.
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