M&As this week: Innovatus Imaging, Boston Scientific, W&H Dentalwerk Burmoos

9 March 2018 (Last Updated November 22nd, 2018 11:23)

Innovatus Imaging has acquired European Bayer Multi Vendor Service (MVS) business.

Innovatus Imaging has acquired European Bayer Multi Vendor Service (MVS) business.

MVS will operate as Innovatus Imaging Europe BV, following the acquisition.

Based in the US, Innovatus Imaging is an imaging devices provider.

US-based medical devices manufacturer Boston Scientific Corp has completed the acquisition of UK-based medical device company Emcision Ltd along with its subsidiaries.

The acquisition will expand Boston’s endoscopic portfolio.

W&H Dentalwerk Burmoos GmbH has acquired Sweden-based dental implant stability measurement solutions provider Osstell AB.

Osstell will retain its name and operate as a subsidiary of W&H Dentalwerk Burmoos, following the acquisition.

The addition will expand W&H Dentalwerk’s product portfolio and strengthen its expertise in implantology.

Based in Austria, W&H Dentalwerk Burmoos is a medical device company that manufactures dental handpieces and turbines.

“The addition will expand W&H Dentalwerk’s product portfolio and strengthen its expertise in implantology.”

Innovia Medical LLC has acquired UK-based medical device company Network Medical Products Ltd.

The acquisition will strengthen Innovia Medical’s product portfolio for surgical techniques.

Based in the US, Innovia LLC is involved in the research, development and manufacture of medical devices.

Agilent Technologies Inc has signed an agreement to acquire Advanced Analytical Technologies Inc for $250m.

The transaction will accelerate Agilent’s growth and strengthen its product portfolio.

Based in the US, Agilent is a research, development and manufacturing company, while Advanced Analytical Technologies, also based in the US, is a manufacturer of automated capillary electrophoresis instruments.

Japanese medical device company Canon Medical System Corp has acquired Fysicon BV, a healthcare information systems and equipment provider based in the Netherlands.

The acquisition will enable Canon to integrate Fysicon’s advanced technologies with its diagnostic systems.