On Wednesday, June 9 at 3:00 p.m. GMT, Frost & Sullivan will host a webinar titled "Refurbished Medical Imaging Equipment Market in Europe." The event comes against a backdrop of today's economic downturn, resulting in an uptick in business activity in the aftermarket compared to sagging new equipment turnover, according to the business research and consulting firm.
Senior Research Analyst, Gideon Praveenkumar, will present the different imaging modalities being refurbished in Europe, including mammography, X-ray angiography, X-ray radiography, PET, CT, MRI and Ultrasound. At the same time, Praveenkumar will analyze the dynamics in different geographic regions in Europe.
This web conference will benefit all OEM refurbishers as well as 3rd party refurbishers spare parts providers and brokers, who are involved in the refurbished medical imaging equipment business in Europe, Frost & Sullivan said. It will help business people to understand the dynamics in different European countries. It will also help other companies who are planning to venture into this business which has a huge market potential during recession.
"For creators of expensive medical imaging systems, a makeover is perhaps more attractive than manufacturing during lean economic times," Praveenkumar said.
To participate in this complimentary briefing, please email Katja Feick at katja.feick(at)frost.com with your full contact details.
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