Clearstream expands global footprint for vascular products
This article was originally published in Clinica
AIM-listed ClearStream Technologies (Co Wexford, Ireland) has widened its international sales network after enlisting five new distributors for its coronary and peripheral vascular products. The firm has appointed Oslo-based VingMed to cover Norway, Sweden and Denmark. These three markets, says ClearStream, account for over 15,000 lower limb procedures each year. In the Middle East, Cairo-based EgyptCare and AGP, in Tehran, will cover Egypt and Iran, respectively. For the Asia-Pacific region, Clearstream has appointed Mulya Husada Jaya to cover Indonesia, and Biodevices to cover the Philippines. All the distributors will be selling devices from ClearStream's coronary and peripheral portfolios, except VingMed, which will only sell the company's peripheral products.
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