Kathmandu: Indian companies, that manufacture health care equipment, are exploring markets in Nepal through the ongoing three-day Nepal Medical Show and Nepal Lab Expo 2018 taking place in Kathmandu from December 14 to 16.
The specialised show for medical, surgical, hospitals, diagnostics and other healthcare industries has given a platform to a variety of international companies. More than 200 companies have set up their stalls for the exhibition at Bhrikutimandap here, amongst which Indian companies dominate over others.
“This is a very good platform to explore the business in Nepal because I think there is no manufacturing of surgical equipment here. So basically I think this is a very good achievement for the manufacturer to show their product in countries like Nepal,” RK Tripathee, the Managing Director of Super Surgemed Pvt. Ltd told ANI.
The show which will end today has highlighted the concerns of the medical and surgical, clinical diagnostic hospital infrastructure, medical tourism, medical science and technology.
Jeetendra Kumar, the CEO at Microbioz India, one of India’s health magazines, claimed, “This sort of exhibition is playing an important role to expand brands no matter if they’re born in India or born anywhere else in the world. Hence, the trade show is a very good opportunity for all of us to explore our self across the globe.”
The event, which is being held in support of AIMS India and Microbioz India, has offered the exhibiting companies to not only present their innovations, products and services but to meet with key decision makers and find leads and confirmed orders.