ASELSAN, which increases its market share in the medical field and works on new solutions, signed a new supply contract.
In the Public Disclosure Platform (Public Disclosure Platform) notification made by ASELSAN, “ASELSAN has signed a new foreign sales agreement with an international customer (contract amount of USD 18,7M) regarding the export of a medical device. Within the scope of the contract, deliveries are aimed to be completed by the end of the year. " statements were included.
The medical device procurement process, with an approximate contract value of $ 19 million, is expected to be completed by the end of 2020. ASELSAN, which accelerates its medical investments during the COVID-19 process, continues to work on high-tech solutions that will eliminate foreign dependency.
Exports of ventilator devices worth 31 million dollars from ASELSAN
International Health Services Inc. and ASELSAN signed a $ 2020 million contract for the production of the ventilator device in June 31. ASELSAN started working on mass production of the ventilator device in order to maximize its contribution to our country in this regard.
One of the most important medical devices used to combat the epidemic of COVID-19 virus, which affects the world, is intensive care mechanical ventilator devices. The ventilator device, which is one of the most important devices that support vital functions, is used as a support for the patient's breathing and if this function is not performed, it can take over the breathing function. It is one of the most important elements of the treatment applied to inpatients due to respiratory failure in intensive care units.
In the statement of ASELSAN on the Public Disclosure Platform, “A product manufacturing contract was signed yesterday between ASELSAN and USHAŞ regarding intensive care breathing apparatus. Within the scope of the contract, ASELSAN ordered a mid-level intensive care mechanical ventilator for a total of USD 31 million 315 thousand. " statements were included. In the statement, it was reported that the deliveries under the contract will be completed in 2020.