Cook Medical To Open Asian Shared-Service Center In China In January
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryCook Medical of the United States says it will launch a shared-service complex in Shanghai, China, early in January to take advantage of the growing medical device market in Asia. The firm estimated the cost of the distribution and customer-service center would cost $7.27 million, enabling it to get its products to buyers much more quickly. The move is expected to contribute to Cook's estimate its sales in Asia next year will increase by half. (Click here for more
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