Trivitron Healthcare, one of India’s leading medical device companies has joined hands with Investment Funds for Health in Africa (IFHA), a private equity firm in a move to make further overtures in the East African market. Trivitron has already amassed a very impressive portfolio and is backed by companies like the International Finance Corporation.
The company will have a mandate to work as a supplier of medical devices and turn-key solutions while providing engineering support and after sales services. Their other main objectives will be to improve accessibility to their product and offering affordable prices.
Trivitron will aim big with the goal being to supply their medical devices to 54 nations across the African continent within a three year period. In the first phase of this massive project, Trivitron will work from their base set-up in Dubai which will work in tandem with their offices in Nairobi, Johannesburg, Lagos and Algiers. These cities will also act as a hub for the countries in their vicinity as Trivitron build a partner channel throughout the length and breadth of Africa.
The services offered by Trivitron will be tasked with providing a wide range of products including laboratory medicine, medical imaging, critical care, operating room and renal care complete with after sales support. The company will also distribute and support products from other multinational corporations.
There will also be a projects division to work turnkey hospital projects; there is also ongoing work with a healthcare group in the region to design and support a healthcare group in East Africa.