French associations co-operate to carry more weight
This article was originally published in Clinica
The French medical devices industry association, SNITEM, and the French association that represents manufacturers of medical materials, APPAMED, have announced that they are to work more closely together in future. SNITEM offers all the advantages of being a large, internationally recognised association, while APPAMED offers specialist experience in matters distributing products at the local level (to doctors' offices etc). The alliance will allow members of both associations to benefit from services.
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