Slovenia-based MESI, a medical device development and production company, has opened new offices in France, Germany and the UK to meeting growing market demand. The move forms part of plans to bring the MESI mTablet predictive assessment portfolio closer to healthcare professionals.
The local offices will enable MESI to meet increasing demand for innovative and easy-to-use diagnostic medical devices, particularly following the rapid growth of digitalisation in the healthcare sector brought on by Covid-19.
In a press release, chief executive officer Jakob Susteric stated: “We want to help clinicians provide better medical assessment in less time by bringing the benefits of digital and connected diagnostic devices to every single practice around the world. The new offices will support our customers to utilise the advantages of the unique concept of medical diagnostics provided by MESI mTablet. Clinicians will receive first-class training, support and service.”
Naomi Davies is an FDI consultant at Investment Monitor, with expertise in location benchmarking and cross-border investment.