The COMPAMED trade fair returns this year to bring high-tech solution providers in the medical technology industry together. With the opportunity to showcase their capabilities, experts in microtechnology, manufacturing equipment, sensory technology and more will network with potential new partners in building the future of medical technology.
As one of the biggest medical technology trade shows in Europe, international visitors from the key global markets are expected to attend, with professionals ranging from R&D experts, technical procurement managers, process and design engineers, and qualification and validation specialists.
This year, COMPAMED will take place between 14-17 November in Düsseldorf, Germany. International speakers and leading experts will host forums, with events including the Suppliers Forum by DeviceMed and the High-tech Forum by IVAM, as well as the Innovation Forum, in which leading experts will discuss trending topics in the medical device industry.
In addition to a diverse range of exhibitor stands, COMPAMED also offers “matchmaking” lounges for exhibitors to meet and network using an intelligent digital algorithm that makes contact suggestions. Visitors will have the chance to meet 687 component manufacturers, material experts, software specialists, and finished product providers all under one roof.
Alleima, having formerly been known as Sandvik Materials Technology (SMT), part of Sandvik Group, is no stranger to the “one-stop shop” approach. As a provider of customised medical wire components, Alleima works with a diverse portfolio of alloys, specialising in choosing the best materials and configurations. Its wire-based components branded Exera® are used for a variety of applications, from sensing and neurostimulation to vascular therapy. So far, they have been used for devices such as cochlear implants, pacemaker leads, catheters and guidewires, with the capabilities to manufacture components for miniaturised devices.
Using machinery specifically designed for precision cutting, Alleima medical wire, ribbon, multi-filar and stranded cables can be precisely cut to the customer’s requested length. Depending on the medical application, wire can be coated with polymer insulation and PTFE coatings, in addition to electroplating capabilities.
Alleima recently became a standalone company and listed on the Stockholm Nasdaq exchange.. The ability to operate as an independent entity has enabled Alleima to focus on executing its strategy of driving growth, materials innovation, operational and commercial excellence, and sustainability.
To find out more about Alleima’s innovative products, or to speak with a representative about your medical device needs and challenges, you can find them in Hall 8a at booth J15.
Find out more about sensors and remote monitoring, including how Exera® medical wire plays crucial component in remote medical devices by downloading the whitepaper below. Or visit Alleima website www.alleima.com/exera to learn more about Alleima’s medical wire offering.