Siemens scores $40m supply deal
This article was originally published in Clinica
Describing the deal as the "biggest of its kind in the medical industry worldwide", Siemens Healthcare said it has received an order for medical equipment worth a total $40m from Korea's Catholic Medical Center (CMC). The Erlangen, Germany-based multinational will supply some 70 imaging systems – ranging from MRI and CT scanners to X-ray, fluoroscopy and ultrasound machines – to CMC's eight hospitals.
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