Invacare Corporation is the world's leading manufacturer and distributor in the $8 billion worldwide market for medical equipment used in the home. The company designs, manufacturers and distributes an extensive line of health care products for the non-acute care environment, including the home health care, retail and extended care markets. When the company was acquired in December 1979 by Mal Mixon and a small group of investors, it had $19.5 million in net sales and a limited product line of standard wheelchairs and patient aids.Today, Invacare has reached approximately $1.5 billion in net sales and is the leading company in each of the following major, non-acute, medical equipment categories: power and manual wheelchairs, home care bed systems and home oxygen systems.Invacare is the only company in the home medical equipment industry with a full line of products:Rehab Products: Custom power and custom manual wheelchairs, seating and positioning and scooters.Respiratory Products: Oxygen systems, sleep and nebulizers.Standard Home Safety Products: Bath safety, walkers, wheelchairs, beds and therapeutic support surfaces.The company sells its products in 80 countries around the world, has 5700 associates and is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVC.
Most Items Ship Via Package Carrier (e.g. UPS | Fed-Ex | USPS)
For the convenience of our customers, our policy is to allow our Package Carriers to deliver your package(s) at your doorstep without signature. So all packages shown delivered will be considered "as delivered". If you wish to require signature, please notify us at time of order so we can arrange this shipping option. Although rare, some additional costs may apply.
Larger Items Ship LTL Freight Truck (e.g. Yellow Freight | ABF | Roadway)
These items are too large to be shipped via package carrier, therefore are shipped Residential Delivery Freight Truck. Although it is our policy to ship best way to residential areas, not all freight companies are accustomed to dealing with residential deliveries. It is required that all packages are inspected at time of delivery, prior to signing for the goods. If there are any concerns about freight damage, please be sure to take receipt of the items and note any and all damages on the freight bill at time of signature. Failure to do so could result in our inability to file a claim and is the responsibility of the recipient to inform the trucking company of these damages in order to get compensated or product replacement. Not all trucking companies have lift gates, so be sure to discuss with the freight company how the item will arrive prior to delivery. Failure to take receipt of the item(s) could result in additional costs that will be assesed to the customer. This includes storage fees, return freight costs and unrecoverable damages due to improper receiving procedures.