Japan's new distributor group launches efficiency drive
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new association of medical device distributors has been set up in Japan with the twin aims of enhancing efficiency and information transfer in the sector. The Japan Medical Device Distributors Association's 135 founding members account for 70% of the medical device wholesaling branch in Japan, with combined sales of around ¥00,000 million ($7,000 million), reports the Japan Medical Review.
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