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Swissray expands distributor network

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Digital radiography developer Swissray International of New York City signed distribution agreements this month with three medical equipment suppliers in deals that add more than 40 sales and service representatives to Swissray's network. The three firms

Digital radiography developer Swissray International of New York City signed distribution agreements this month with three medical equipment suppliers in deals that add more than 40 sales and service representatives to Swissray's network. The three firms will act as worldwide distributors for ddR Multi-System, Swissray's digital radiography system.

Medika International of San Juan, Puerto Rico, will cover sales in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Mexico, and some South American countries. Radiographic Equipment Services of San Diego will cover San Diego and Orange counties, and H & H X-Ray of Lancaster, NY, will oversee sales in New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

In other Swissray news, the company sold three ddR Multi-Systems this month, two to Kelsey-Seybold Clinic of Houston and one to the Federal Maximum Security Facility in Florence, CO. The Kelsey-Seybold systems will be viewed in clinical use at the May 1999 Society for Computer Applications in Radiology (SCAR) meeting in Houston. The system sold to the Colorado facility was purchased through a contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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