Compania Mexicana de Radiologia (CMR) looks to expand into Central America
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Compania Mexicana de Radiologia, based in Queretaro, Mexico, is looking to expand its distribution network into Central America. The company sold more than 100 of its X-ray systems last year in Mexico alone. Among other equipment, CMR produces high frequency 300 mA and 500 mA X-ray machines and 90/15 directional and horizontal X-ray tables.
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