Medical products

Four Bulgarian companies sign agreements for the supply of medical products worth a total of 2.4 million euros with a local hospital

SOFIA (Bulgaria), November 8 (SeeNews) – The St. Ivan Rilski University Hospital in Sofia has awarded four local companies contracts for the supply of medical products worth a total of 4.6 million levs (2, 7 million dollars/2.4 million euros), indicated the contracting authority. .

Ecos-Medica will deliver medical products worth 2.2 million lev to the hospital, while Ka-M Medical has signed a contract worth 1.5 million lev, the hospital said on Friday. hospital in a notice to the public procurement agency.

The hospital also said it signed a contract with Sopharma Trading worth 14,536 levs and another with Blagi worth 67,675 levs,

The contracts provide for the delivery of 164 medical products for surgery, all described in detail in the technical specifications.

Active since 1993, Ecos-Medica is a distributor of endoscopic surgery equipment, sterilization consumables and autoclave systems for the treatment of biohazardous waste.

Ka-M Medical, founded in 1999, is a wholesaler of medical products and consumables, mainly ostomy systems and surgical equipment.

Founded in 2010, the main activity of Plovdiv-based Blagi is the trading of medical devices and goods, in particular surgical equipment and consumables.

Sopharma Trading is a unit of the Bulgarian drug manufacturer Sopharma.

(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)

Joan J. Dean

The author Joan J. Dean