Siemens ponders future of dental business
This article was originally published in Clinica
German multinational Siemens is taking another step in the ongoing restructuring of its medical engineering division. The company is evaluating ways of improving worldwide market coverage of its dental equipment business, but stresses it is under no time pressure. This could take the shape of an outright sale or a collaboration with a partner. An outright sale would be the company's second withdrawal from a medtech area after selling its pacemaker business two years ago.
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