Lojer meets the needs of Indonesia’s healthcare sector
Finnish manufacturer of hospital and healthcare equipment, Lojer Group, will supply around 70 operating tables with related accessories to Indonesian hospitals within the public healthcare sector.
Valued at a total of some two million euros, the order is the single largest delivery ever in the company’s history.
“We will supply, by the end of the year, around 70 operating tables and their accessories to hospitals within the public healthcare sector in more than 10 locations in Indonesia,” says Lojer Group CEO Ville Laine. “The hospitals are located on the major islands of Java, Sumatra, Bali, Borneo and Papua.”
“The operating tables are manufactured in Finland and used for one-day surgical procedures and for demanding back and heart surgery,” Laine continues. “The order is all the more important considering that all of the world’s leading suppliers of operating tables were involved in the competitive bidding process.”
Indonesia is one of the company’s most important export market areas. During the past few years, Lojer has delivered dozens of electrohydraulic operating tables with accessories to the country.
Exports account for approximately 60 per cent of Lojer Group’s total production and as much as 95 per cent of operating tables. The most distant export destinations include Chile, South Africa, Peru, Taiwan, Thailand and Trinidad and Tobago.