23 july 2018 News

Shvabe intends to enter the medical equipment market in Vietnam


Medical devices and photographic lenses by Shvabe Holding attracted a lot of interest among the participants of the international exhibition VIETNAM EXPO 2018. Representatives of the state organizations and the business community of Vietnam are ready to provide all-round assistance to bring Russian products to the local market.

In the joint exhibition of Rostec State Corporation Shvabe Holding demonstrated a portable defibrillator AND A15 for public places, a telemedicine complex Cardiometer-MT and a new product in the range of medical equipment, the transcutaneous electric stimulator ABR-051 for arterial pressure correction. The guests of the event got acquainted with the PT-2M thermovision monocular with the range of object detection up to 1200 meters and the modernized Zenitar and Helios photographic lenses capable of working in tandem with digital reflex cameras from the world's leading manufacturers.

"Especially popular at the VIETNAM EXPO 2018 were photographic lenses, as well as our cardiological medical equipment. We had a productive meeting with the delegations of the Ministry of Health and the Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers of Vietnam. The partners showed an increased interest in the Holding's medical products and expressed their readiness to provide all-round assistance in its entering the country's market, " said Ivan Ozhgikhin, Deputy General Director, Shvabe.

Representatives of the Holding also had a meeting with the top management of Vietnamese corporation Viettronics. The parties discussed the prospects for cooperation in the field of lighting, medical and industrial instrument making.

VIETNAM EXPO is held under the patronage of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam and is the largest exhibition event in the country. This year the event is devoted to "Improvement of regional and global relations". More than 450 organizations from 23 countries took part in its work. From April 11 to 14, the exhibition was visited by more than 20 000 specialists.