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AMTZ and TUV partner for one-stop shop solutions of medical devices

06 March 2018 | News

AMTZ would reduce the cost for total healthcare

Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ) is selected by TUV Rheinland India to pursue its Make in India programme by investing in production facility within the complex.

During the recent CII Partnership summit, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu, honored TUV Rheinland India with the concessionaire agreements of both EMI/EMC & Electrical Safety and Bio-material scientific projects.

The company had signed an agreement and entered into a partnership with AMTZ last year to set-up a comprehensive state-of-the art facility providing one-stop shop solutions for a wide variety of medical devices.

The facility will have a 5 meter measurement table with 5 tonnes capacity Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI/EMC), Electrical Safety & Biomaterial scientific facilities.

It will also include one 10m Semi Anechoic chamber with a measurement range upto 40GHz, two 3m semi Anechoic chamber with a measurement range upto 40GHz, precision acoustics facility for measuring sound pressure and sound power from medical devices and many other testing facilities within the zone. 

AMTZ will house modern 250-300 independent manufacturing units, each over a built-in ready to use area at a very cost effective long-term lease.

In addition the park will have in-house high investment scientific facilities, including state-of-the-art testing laboratories, which would help manufacturers significantly reduce the cost manufacturing thereby creating world class diagnosis with quality products accessible to the common man at affordable prices. 

complete medical equipment ecosystem under one roof of AMTZ would reduce the overall product developmental lifecycle, logistics charges and turnaround time to market thereby reduction in cost for total healthcare.

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