Canon Medical to buy Danish medical X-ray Systems Company NRT

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Published: March 1, 2022 In The News

01st March 2022 – Written by Bhvita Jani – Featured on NS Healthcare – Through the acquisition, Canon Medical aims to enhance its technology, development and manufacturing of advanced digital imaging solutions in Europe.

Japan-based Canon Medical Systems has agreed to acquire Danish medical equipment manufacturer Nordisk R√∏ntgen Teknik (NRT) to strengthen its global X-ray business.

Established in 2001, NRT is engaged in developing, manufacturing and marketing advanced multipurpose X-ray fluoroscopy systems and general radiography systems.

 

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