November 9, 2010 — An agreement has been reached to supply 300 iDR digital radiography (DR) detectors to the China Charity Federation (CCF). Hokai Medical Instruments, the exclusive distributor of iCRco Inc.’s iDR digital detectors in mainland China, will integrate the iDR digital detector to provide CCF with a turn-key solution called the HGYX-111-DR. The goals of CCF are to honor the spirit of humanitarianism and the Chinese tradition of helping people in poverty or with special needs to be able to help themselves. The organization has hundreds of affiliations throughout many countries and is well recognized by the Chinese government and its citizens. Hokai has more than 300 sales and service employees covering 28 provinces and cities across China and has a cooperative relationship with about 10,000 hospitals. For more information: www.icrcompany.com
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