Business France, the Trade & Investment Commission of France in India is welcoming a French Healthcare delegation of 6 French companies to India from 1st to 4th July. The delegation will be meeting representatives from Indian hospitals. These B2B meetings will be organized in Delhi from 1st to 2nd July and in Mumbai from 3rd to 4th July.
India is expected to rank among the top three global health markets in terms of forecasting growth by 2020. Thanks to increased purchasing power, growing awareness of well-being and better access to health insurance, India’s health sector is expected to reach 320 billion € by 2022. The Indian hospital sector is expected to grow by 16-17% annually.
This delegation that will consist of six French companies will be in India to understand the trends of the health sector and its working and will give them a chance to meet their prospective commercial partners. In addition, the companies will also attend an informative session on the Indian health sector (provided by professionals) at the premises of the French Embassy in New Delhi on Monday, 1st July 2019. Following this, the companies will then attend personalized B2B meetings. The delegation will also be visiting the biggest hospitals in the city like Apollo Hospital, Indraprastha. This will be followed by a two-day visit to Mumbai for their B2B meetings.
Government initiatives such as national health coverage for the poorest, called as the ‘Ayushman Bharat’ and the dynamism of the private sector make India a country of opportunity, in which it becomes crucial to deliver health care.
With the last visit of the French President, Emmanuel Macron to India, it is clear that France is focusing on technology in healthcare and wants to further develop strong partnerships with India. “India is becoming the most preferred healthcare destination. The country is renowned for its skilled doctors and world-class hospitals. France is known for its innovative, high-quality biomedical research and its excellence in treatment and patient care. This meet in July will be a good platform for Indian and French healthcare players to interact and share their knowledge,” says Brinder Rault, Head of Healthcare and Lifestyle sector for India at Business France.
In the years to come, Business France looks forward to organizing such initiatives at a greater scale and strengthen the Indo-French relationships.
Meet the Delegation
Delegation of the 6 participating companies:
–France Reval: Founded 30 years ago, the company specializes in continuous care equipment. France Reval produces hydroelectric rehabilitation pools, assisted baths and showers, and transfer equipment for hospitals and nursing homes around the world. Their products balance efficiency and ergonomics with comfort and safety and use advanced technologies to produce innovative equipment, designed entirely around the people who use it.
-Laboratoires Gilbert: Founded in 1904 in Paris, Laboratoires Gilbert is a major international player in the market of single-dose sterile manufacturing. The family company has more than 1,000 employees, a turnover of 177 million euros, 6 manufacturing sites and 9 subsidiaries and representative offices. Its products are distributed in more than 86 countries. In India, Laboratoires Gilbert has a joint venture named Gilbert Jain Laboratory. As part of the Rencontres Acheteurs with the Leaders of the Hospital Sector, Laboratoire Gilbert presents its latest innovation ‘HEMO2LIFE’ to preserve organs to transplant.
-Oléa Médical: The company was founded in 2008. It designs and markets innovative post-processing solutions for MRI and CT images. These automated multi-vendor, organ-dedicated post-processing solutions significantly improve the diagnostic and monitoring process.
-Steam France: Steam France is a medical company offering a full range of cleaners, accessories and consumables. Steam France has developed a traceability and supervision solution for hospital sterilization departments, called “S @ TIS Process”.
-Villard & Ph2 International: Villard is a French company created in 1947 at Le Mans. She is a leader in the manufacture of modular medical supplies and sanitary equipment. Its products are used by over 10,000 hospitals, clinics and retirement homes and France and in nearly 63 countries around the world. Ph2 International, created in 1994, joined the Villard Group in 2018. This range offers products for infection prevention and hospital hygiene management through waste management and care systems.
-Sterigerms: The company deals with the management of DASRI waste in the hospital sector, clinics, laboratories as well as in diffuse environments. It offers a solution to treat dressings, syringes, sharps containers, sharp and sharp with Steribag, a barrier bag for on-site waste treatment.
Source: Business France India
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