Sanmina buys Israeli medical manufacturer:
This article was originally published in Clinica
San Jose, California-based Sanmina-SCI, an electronics contract manufacturer covering a range of industries, has acquired the medical systems manufacturing operations of Elscint, of Tel Aviv, Israel. Elscint, which also runs hotel and leisure businesses and invests in biotechnology start-ups, specialises in CT and nuclear medicine systems production and has facilities in Ma'alot, Israel. Its clients include GE Medical Systems and Philips Medical Systems. Elscint is part of the Israeli Elbit Medical Imaging group.
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