Bosma Enterprises wraps 2023 surpassing 700 million mark

Today, Bosma Enterprises announced it packaged and shipped more than 733 million exam and surgical gloves and 240,000 disposable medical kits in 2023.

“We are proud of the work we did this year supplying health care facilities with disposable medical products,” said Bosma Enterprises president and CEO Jeffrey Mittman.

In addition to surpassing 500 million exam and surgical gloves, the company exceeded 99% inventory, order and data-entry accuracy.

Beyond providing essential products, Bosma also provides much needed employment. More than half of its employee base is made up of Hoosiers who are blind or visually impaired.

Indiana is home to more than 160,000 people who are blind or visually impaired. Nationally, the blind and visually impaired population faces a 70% unemployment rate. Experts predict by 2050, rates of vision loss will double due to the country’s aging population.

“Bosma continues to chip away at the unemployment rate for individuals with vision loss in Indiana,” Mittman said. “We look not only to increase the number of gloves and kits shipped in 2024 but to increase awareness and accessibility for people who are blind or visually impaired.”

For more information on Bosma’s employment opportunities and comprehensive services, please visit


About Bosma Enterprises

As Indiana’s largest statewide provider of employment and training programs for people who are blind or visually impaired, Bosma Enterprises operates an ISO-certified facility that provides top-line health and safety items. Over 50 million high-quality nitrile exam and surgical gloves are packaged and shipped out each month from the Indianapolis-based warehouse. By partnering with companies large and small, Bosma Enterprises fulfills over 1,000 orders per month and meets the unique needs of various customers across the country. For more information about Bosma, please visit

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