NOTE Growing in Medical Technology, Starts Serial Deliveries to Mölnlycke

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After several years of development work together with Mölnlycke, which is a world-leading company in medical technology, NOTE has signed an agreement for the manufacture of the company's new generation of wound care equipment. The new product has been launched on the market and series production of the complete product (box build) has begun at NOTE in Torsby. Investments in modern clean room technology have already been made. The collaboration with Mölnlycke is judged to have significant potential and is estimated to amount to SEK 50 million / year in a few years.

“Our business continues to develop strongly and we win new customers and projects in a convincing way. It is also gratifying that our methodological investment in medical technology, where, among other things, high quality requirements are set, is achieving continued success. We are very proud of our collaboration with Mölnlycke and will do our utmost to contribute to the continued success of our customers, ” says Johannes Lind-Widestam, President and CEO.

"We are pleased to welcome NOTE as a supplier and partner to Mölnlycke and we look forward to a successful and effective collaboration with the development of new wound care products," says Staffan Olofsson, Global Procurement Director at Mölnlycke.



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