Medical Technologies Distributor Profiles in Eastern Europe
Executive Summary—Key Findings
The Eastern European medical device industry accounts for approximately $ billion in 2013. It is expected to grow by a compound average growth rate of% between 2014 and 2018.
The medical device industry in Eastern Europe is very diverse and is at different stages of development. Most healthcare systems present in this region are in need of renovation or replacement.
New hospital equipment is mostly imported, as many medical device manufacturers within the region are unable to fulfil the demand for more sophisticated equipment. Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary represent the largest medical markets in the region.
The medical technology and distribution sector in Eastern Europe is highly competitive and fragmented.
Increasing competition among medical device manufacturers, changing governmental regulations and policies, and variations in customer outlook and demand are fuelling the need for distributors in Eastern European countries.
About this report
The Eastern European medical device industry is in the growth stage. Both established medical-device providers as well as new medical-device manufacturers are constantly trying to penetrate the Eastern European region, while simultaneously looking at ways to reduce the cost incurred for placing their products in this sector. Using distributors is one of the effective means to achieve this target. This research service analyses the medical devices distribution market in Eastern European and provides profiles of key distributors in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. It also supplies the drivers, restraints, and future trends in the medical device distribution market.
Electronic Access - Site License Fulfilled by Publisher
Electronic Access - Global site License Fulfilled By Publisher