Clayton First Aid Acquisition


Aero Healthcare is enthused to announce that we acquired Clayton First Aid in July 2015 bringing two strong brands together as one.

The Clayton heritage dates back to the end of the First World War and the very origins of first aid kits and dressings in the early 1900s. Its innovative impact on the first aid market through the 1950’s and the more recent development of niche markets in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, make the synergies with Aero Healthcare very strong.

The uniqueness of Aero Healthcare products combined with those of Clayton coupled with the pursuit of quality managed to ISO 13485 brings great opportunities to continue integrating the Clayton brand and most importantly enhance the product range and service levels to our valued customers.

Aero Healthcare’s robust global supply chain, modern facilities and full purchase to pay e-trading capability make the future very exciting. We look forward to working with our customers to develop the trading relationship established with Clayton First Aid and to innovate products and services with you to meet the ever-changing demands of today’s dynamic environment.

We appreciate your continued support and for any questions or immediate assistance you need please contact us on 0845 604 8280, or online at or

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