NOTE Grows Within Medtech

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NOTE has signed an agreement with Breas Medical, which is a Swedish international company that develops respiratory aids (ventilators) for hospitals and home care.

Batch production has begun, and volumes are expected to pick up already during the current quarter, with an increase of almost 300% to the original plan. Production takes place at NOTE Torsby.

“Our new collaboration with Breas Medical is another example of our methodical investment in customers in the medtech area being successful. We consider the conditions as good as this cooperation will develop strongly already in the near future,” says Johannes Lind-Widestam, CEO and President.

“Choosing NOTE Torsby AB as a partner for the production of printed circuit boards for our new fan platform was ultimately as easy as the obvious choice. A modern fan platform and a modern plant that invests in the future create the basis for a long-term and successful collaboration,” says Martin Gustavsson, VP Global Sourcing Manager, Breas Medical AB.



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