Medical device distribution, a crucial component of the medical device supply chain, enables effective supply of medical devices to hospitals and other healthcare organisations.

Increasing demand for innovative new devices such as wearables, primarily due to the rising prevalence of lifestyle diseases, geriatric population and high economic growth in emerging markets, is has been driving the medical device business, which, in turn, is fuelling the distribution business.

Finding the top medical device distributors

Medical device network has listed the top medical device distributors based on its intel, insights, and decades-long experience in the sector. The list includes companies that provide various services including, but not limited to:

  • Taking and processing orders
  • Warehousing
  • Redressing
  • Recall management and inventory management
  • Transportation
  • Order delivery including urgent delivery, and
  • Returns management

The medical device distributors list also includes companies that offer products for diverse conditions such as anaesthesia, respiratory and neonatal. The product list ranges from adult silicone resuscitators, automated external defibrillators, and precision medical oxygen analysers to neonatal reflectors and electrodes, DNA sequencers, and vascular doppler recorders.

The information contained in the download document is intended for logistics managers, distribution resource planning analysts, distribution sales managers, demand managers, medical device sales specialists, inventory management coordinators, manufacturers, suppliers, sales representatives, and any other individual involved in medical device distribution.

The document contains detailed information on the suppliers and their product and services offerings, as well as contact details to aid your purchasing or hiring decision.

Innovative trends in medical devices distribution industry

New developments and trends in the medical device distribution industry are laying the ground for improved regulatory standards, cost-effective interventions, and improved supply chain management.

Some of the trends include distribution rationalisation, pricing regulations by the government and its implication on distribution, reducing quality differentiation, improved supply chain management using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), greater consolidation of businesses, and the growing role of private equity players