Signed a total of 8.3 billion yuan, Zhejiang enterprises, large quantities of imported drugs and medical equipment

Editor:宏冠生物药业有限公司 │ Release Time:2018-11-20 

Sanofi, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens... On November 7, the China International Import Expo, jointly organized by the Zhejiang Provincial Health and Health Committee and the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Commerce, signed a signing ceremony for the import of pharmaceutical consumables and medical devices in Zhejiang. This is one of the 24 docking and promotion activities of Zhejiang Province participating in the Expo. Many well-known foreign businessmen gathered at the scene and signed a total of 8.3 billion yuan.


The signing activities are divided into three parts: imported drugs, imported medical consumables, and imported medical equipment. Imported drug suppliers such as AstraZeneca and Sanofi, imported medical consumables suppliers such as Johnson & Johnson and Medtronic, and GE, Siemens, Philips, etc. Imported imaging equipment suppliers signed purchase letters of intent with Zhejiang Pharmaceutical Machinery Purchasing Center (on behalf of users), 12 provincial hospitals, and Dean Diagnostics, Mei Nian Da Health, Aibo Health, and Tongce Group.


A number of contracted foreign businessmen told reporters that the import fair set up a bridge for foreign pharmaceutical exhibitors to communicate with the Chinese government, creating conditions for more imports of foreign medicines and medical devices.


"It is hoped that pharmaceutical importers will give priority to the introduction of new technologies, new equipment, and new drugs based on the trend of China's aging population and changes in disease spectrum, taking the health of the whole people and the interests of patients as the primary consideration, and consistently introducing global experience in the field of disease into China. And with the Chinese health service sector and its successful practices to learn from and integrate with each other, colliding with more creative sparks, and constantly meet the growing demand of the people for high-quality medical services." Provincial Health and Health Commission official said.