South African medical devices maker Sinapi seeks partner in Togo

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Tuesday, 09 April 2019 16:20
South African medical devices maker Sinapi seeks partner in Togo

(Togo First) - Sinapi biomedical, a Stellenbosch-based (Western Cape, South Africa) biomedical engineering firm plans on entering the West African market, through Togo.

“We wish to collaborate with local authorities to improve healthcare in Togo. We are actually seeking a local private or public partner, specialized in the distribution of our medical devices.” This was revealed to Togo First by Tobias Van Reenen, chief of global sales at Sinapi.  

Founded in 2001, the company since 2003 has been developing chest drainage, urinary, obstetrics and feeding devices. It plans in the long run to build a production unit in Togo.

“We are looking to set up a small production plant in Togo. However, it will depend on some elements, but that is our vision,” Van Reenen declared.

For the executive, Togo could be the starting point for its expansion across West, East and Central Africa. Sinapi is currently present in South Africa, and South Korea via a local partner.

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