Medical device brand B. Braun Invests US$4.22 million in Mexico
STATE OF MEXICO—The German maker of medical devices B. Braun invested US$4.22 million in the opening of a new distribution center in the State of Mexico, with the objective of having bigger infrastructure for the growth the brand expects in the country.
The center has a 4,600 square meter surface. It pretends to support the brand’s worth of the company in Mexico, and even open the door to bringing more production to the country, said Alberto Phillips, director of Finance of B. Braun Mexico.
Currently, the company grows at around 15% in Mexico, and even at 25% with certain products focused on hemodialysis, in contrast with the average 7.9% of the industry in the last seven months.