NGPOD Launched In Australia & New Zealand
September 27, 2021
NGPOD announce distribution agreement with REM Systems to distribute in Australia and New Zealand
NGPOD Global Ltd, a med-tech company, based in Runcorn, Cheshire, is set to take its first steps outside the EU market by announcing a distribution agreement in Australia and New Zealand.
The new agreement with REM SYSTEMS, part of the Paragon Care Group, makes REM Systems the exclusive distributor of the NGPOD nasogastric tube position confirmation system in Australia and New Zealand.
REM SYSTEMS have been established for over 30 years in Australia and New Zealand and have worked in partnership with some of the NGPOD team previously on infusion technology systems. REM SYSTEMS are already established in critical care gastroenterology through their range of nasogastric tubes and other products, making them an ideal partner for NGPOD Global.
John Carrington, NGPOD Global CEO, said, "Australia and New Zealand are important markets for NGPOD as they represent our first step into the Asia Pacific region, which offer huge potential to contribute to our rapid growth. REM SYSTEMS are an outstanding partner for us in these markets as they have highly skilled teams who have in-depth experience in patient safety and gastroenterology."
NGPOD Ltd manufactures the NGPOD system in the UK and has so far, in 2021, created six new high-quality life science manufacturing jobs at their new facility in Runcorn. Further announcements of other international distribution partnerships are imminent.
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WHAT IS NGPOD?
NGPod: Stop "Never Events", improve patient recovery and reduce costs
The NGPod handheld devices overcomes many of the risks associated with existing Nasogastric placement confirmation methods.
- No aspiration required
- No interpretation required. Get a clear "Yes/No" answer
- Rapid result [c.15 seconds]
- Reduce delays to patients treatment, hydration and nutrition
- More cost-effective than testing with pH strips