News | February 09, 2009

Del Medical Wins DR Deal with Mexico

February 9, 2009 - Del Global Technologies Corp. won a large government tender in Mexico for Del’s Apollo DRF flat panel detector that produces full-field, high resolution imaging for a broad range of radiographic and fluoroscopic examinations.

The Mexican Government plans to install six Apollo Systems for the Mexico City Government Health Services, four Digital Apollo Systems for the ISSSTE (Government Workers Health and Social Institute) and eight Del RAD Systems for the ISEM (Health Services for the State of Mexico). The Apollo units were manufactured by Villa Sistemi Medicali in Italy and were shipped to Mexico in December of 2008. Jasso says “the first units were installed in Mexico in January of 2009.

Del’s product specifications, local service, expedient delivery times and comprehensive warranty were key factors in Mexico’s decision to award the tender. Local support services are to be provided by Del’s in-country dealer Suministro para Uso Médico y Hospitalario
(SMH).

For more information: www.delmedical.com

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