Tuesday, August 20, 2013

News: Inditherm expands range with Japanese deal


Innovative Rotherham company, Inditherm, has been appointed as the exclusive distributor of the ATOM product range in the UK & Ireland.

ATOM, with head office and manufacturing base in Japan, has a wide range of neonatal products including incubators, transport incubators, infant warmers, resuscitation units, and phototherapy lamps. The products have top level performance and are widely regarded as a prestigious brand and ATOM holds a global top three position in the incubator market.

AIM-listed Inditherm has developed products using low voltage carbon polymer technology to provide heat. Its systems are used for patients undergoing operations which carry risk of inadvertent hypothermia and in neonatal wards.

Nick Bettles, chief executive at Inditherm, said: "I believe ATOM selected Inditherm as their new partner based on the strong market image we have in the UK neonatal sector. It is good to know that our customers gave us glowing references and this reflects Inditherm's business ethos, professional approach and the strength of our team and the support they provide.

"We are very pleased to have secured the ATOM distributorship as it broadens our product offering to neonatal departments with a respected, high quality brand and is a real endorsement of how well Inditherm is perceived in the market. We have been pursuing a strategy to expand our neonatal business and the addition of the ATOM range further strengthens our position in this sector within the UK."

Inditherm has shifted its focus to the medical market and recently launched a novel resuscitation unit, designed to help boost the health of newborn babies.

The new "LifeStart" system, launched at the 2013 Arab Health exhibition, facilitates the delaying of the clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord following childbirth by providing resuscitation at a newborn baby's bedside.

Exporting across the world, the Manvers firm reported an increase in post-tax losses for the last financial year to £164,000 from £108,000 in 2011 due to investment to support future growth.

The board was confident that the investment will pay off as the manufacturing organisation was put in place in order to meet future orders, which have now been received.

Inditherm website

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