Updated on 22 September 2014
Alltronics said this cooperation will help in establishing a strong disease prevention system in Southeast Asia
Singapore: Alltronics Holdings announced that it has inked a pact with China-based Fu Le Yun Testing Technology (Beijing FLY), which granted the company exclusive rights to manufacture, supply and sell medical equipment. This provides Alltronics an entry to the healthcare sector in Southeast Asia, with a focus on early detection of infectious diseases.
To prevent the increasing occurrence of infectious epidemics, Beijing FLY, which owns the medical equipment used for preliminary testing and screening of various kinds of infectious diseases, will collaborate with Alltronics for manufacturing and supplying the medical equipment for three years.
Alltronics said that the company planned to sell the equipment in five countries, including Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Japan. The company said in a statement that this cooperation will help in establishing a strong disease prevention system in Southeast Asia.
Mr Lam Yin Kee, chairman, Alltronics, said, "The new medical equipment will advance early detection of diseases. Given the current surge in infections and outbreaks, timely discovery and analysis of diseases would minimize the infection rate within these countries."
Considering the huge demand for medical equipments in Southeast Asia, this agreement provides huge business opportunities for Alltronics and would help in generating newer revenue base for the company.