Aircraft maintenance firm looks for medtech partnerships
This article was originally published in Clinica
With a focus on aviation and defence systems and services, AerotechTelub, a subsidiary of Swedish group Saab, may seem like an unlikely member of the medical technology community. But it has just signed a new deal worth SKr400m ($52m) to manufacture fellow Swedish company Elekta's Leksell gamma knife for noninvasive neurosurgery, and is keen to sign other deals in the sector.
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