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Karolinska injects millions in Danish medtech company

Denmark’s Scanbur has won its biggest contract ever to supply medical equipment worth millions to a new department at the Karolinska Institute – an order that increases the company’s belief in its own product development.

Foto: Karolinska Institutet, PR

Some contracts are pretty much a part of everyday operations, and some contracts have a transformative impact on a company. Danish-based Scanbur’s most recent contract belongs to the latter category.

The company which develops, manufacturers, and markets high-quality equipment for biomedical research facilities has won a new contract in Sweden, which will see it delivering equipment worth DKK 200 million (USD 29 million) to a new department at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. It is the biggest contract ever for Scanbur.

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