DKSH and Coloplast partner to provide Thai patients with ostomy care July 01, 2020


			
				DKSH and Coloplast partner to provide Thai patients with ostomy care

DKSH has signed an agreement with the Danish multinational company Coloplast to expand their medical devices for ostomy care across Thailand.

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DKSH and Coloplast partner to provide Thai patients with ostomy care

DKSH has signed an agreement with the Danish multinational company Coloplast to expand their medical devices for ostomy care across Thailand.

Bangkok, July 1, 2020 – DKSH Business Unit Healthcare, Asia’s leading partner for healthcare companies seeking to grow their business in Asia, has announced the exclusive partnership with Coloplast, an expert in developing, manufacturing and marketing medical devices and services related to ostomy, urology, continence and wound care, to promote medical devices for patients in Thailand.

 

This partnership will ensure that Coloplast’s medical devices reach more patients who need ostomy, continence and wound care. DKSH will provide marketing, sales, distribution and logistics services to expand market reach through its extensive network of government and private hospitals in Thailand.

 

Harvey Yeap, Regional Country Head – SEA of Coloplast said: “DKSH has all services under one roof, from sales and marketing capabilities to market expertise. Its reputation and proven track record in value chain management are key reasons why we selected DKSH as our partner. We are very excited to work closely with DKSH to distribute our product to people with very personal and private medical conditions across Thailand.”

 

John Clare, Vice President, Healthcare, DKSH Thailand and Indochina, said: “We are proud to exclusively partner with Coloplast. By leveraging our structured market development approach and well-established distribution network, we will grow Coloplast’s presence and build a strong business. We look forward to working with our client to distribute their high-quality medical devices across the country to help patients and make their lives easier.”