On September 5th, the United States observed Labor Day. This national holiday honors the creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.
Even though iconic brands like Apple, Levi, and Rawlings (the official baseball of the MLB is made in Costa Rica) are no longer manufactured in the U.S.A, the U.S. is still a manufacturing powerhouse. Especially when it comes to providing the world with advanced medical devices. According to the International Monetary fund, the U.S. exports a whopping $85 billion in medical devices. Although some brands have moved their manufacturing overseas, “Made In America” is still very sought after when it comes to medicine.
Group photo includes members from Dalian Orientech, Dalian Municipal Central Hospital, and Pyrexar Medical.
That is why it was not surprising that when representatives from Dalian Municipal Central Hospital in China were ready to invest in new medical technologies, they came to the U.S. to do some shopping. China is the second-largest medical device market in the world. In addition to having the world’s largest population, the Chinese government has invested heavily in healthcare infrastructure with primary healthcare for all citizens. Although it possesses its medical device industry, it often looks to the United States for advanced technology products.
Dr. Wang, president of Dalian Municipal Central Hospital, met with Pyrexar CEO, Mark Falkowski to talk about hyperthermia as a necessary treatment to fight cancer in China. Pyrexar continues its expanse into China with the assistance of our long-time distributor Dalian Orientech Co., Ltd.