Logistics in India costs less than in China

According to Economist article, logistics in India costs less than in China. Here are two examples that shows China as a mighty trading power, first is Yangshan which is in outskirts of Shanghai, is the world’s busiest container port and second is Pudong airport which is world’s third-biggest handler of air cargo. Also, there are 62000 [...]

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September 10, 2014   No Comments

HP Takes Medical Services to Rural India

Hewlett Packard along with Narayana Health has been running cloud-enabled portable eHealth centers in rural India. These are built in shipping containers and placed  in states such as Uttar Pradesh, where thousands of people are being given medical aid. These containers are easy to transport and are equipped to deliver quality and affordable healthcare services [...]

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July 26, 2014   No Comments

Medical Device Certification Provider expands in India

CSA India  enables manufacturers to export medical devices to North America and Europe. Now with  growth of domestic medical devices and the increasing interest of global manufacturers to enter India, its  new 23,000 square foot laboratory located in Bangalore will  provide  testing and certification for medical and healthcare,  and industrial control products to ensure  safety, quality and [...]

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July 26, 2014   No Comments

Healthcare in India is focus of new VC fund

Blue chip Silicon Valley venture fund Sequoia Capital has had a presence on the ground in India for over a decade. Now it  has announced a new $530 million fund which whose focus will include healthcare in India. To make this possible, Sequoia Capital India Advisors has assembled an internal team of 10 executives to [...]

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July 26, 2014   No Comments

Prospect for Stent Market in India are Upbeat

While Johnson & Johnson’s Cordis withdrew from India, companies such as Abbott Laboratories – Vascular, Boston Scientific Corporation, Medtronic Inc. and other players like Biotronik, Sahajanand Medical Technologies, Meril Life Sciences and Translumina Therapeutics are  vying to expand their presence in India through investments in the coronary stent market, according to a research report. Stent [...]

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July 25, 2014   No Comments