NOTE Signs Contract With Laerdal Medical A/S


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NOTE has signed a contract with Laerdal Medical A/S. Both industrialization services and volume manufacturing of electronics will take place at NOTE’s plant in China.

Laerdal Medical is a world-leading provider of training, educational and therapy products for lifesaving and emergency medical care. The head office is located in Stavanger, Norway. The number of employees amounts to approximately 1,400. The company cooperates with a large number of global companies and organisations. Laerdal Medical's stated goal is to save 500,000 lives a year by providing better equipment and training solutions.

 “It is gratifying that our methodical investment in the medtech area is gaining new ground. We have high expectations that the cooperation with Laerdal can be developed into one of our largest businesses in this area,” says Johannes Lind-Widestam, NOTE’s CEO and president.

“We are pleased to see the co-operation move towards a valuable partnership and grow with time. NOTE, with its customer focus and capabilities, has managed to exhibit their strength and we’re hoping for a valuable partner in the near future,” says Deepak Gajjala, global category manager at Laerdal Medical A/S.

About NOTE

NOTE is one of northern Europe’s leading EMS partners, producing PCBAs, subassemblies and box build products. NOTE’s offering covers the complete product lifecycle, from design to after-sales. NOTE has a presence in Sweden, Finland, the UK, Estonia and China. Net sales in the last 12 months were SEK 1,476 million; the group has approximately 1,050 employees. NOTE is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information, please go to www.note.eu.

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