Yamuna Authority makes its presence felt at the MedTech Show

Yamuna Authority area

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government is constructing a medical device park in the Yamuna Authority area of Greater Noida. For which big companies of India and abroad are expressing their willingness to invest. During this time, a team of Yamuna Authority reached Tokyo city of Japan where the world famous “MedTech Show” was organized. Yamuna Authority also set up its stall in this event in which many foreign companies expressed their desire to invest.

UP government delegation reached Tokyo

This team of Yamuna Authority will remain in Tokyo till 20th April. The Uttar Pradesh government is developing a medical device park on 350 acres in Sector-28 of Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority. To get investment in the device park, the delegation of Uttar Pradesh government has come to participate in the MedTech show organized in Tokyo city of Japan.

These Japanese pharmaceutical companies expressed willingness to invest

Under the leadership of Principal Secretary of Infrastructure and Industrial Development Department of Uttar Pradesh Government and Chairman, Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority Anil Kumar Sagar, Dr. Arun Veer Singh, Chief Executive Officer Yamuna Expressway Authority and representatives of the advisory body were present in Japan on 17th April. Participation is being held in this MedTech organized from 20th to 20th April 2024. On the very first day of this event, on 17th April, representatives of reputed and world famous companies of Japan visited the stall of the Medical Device Park and information regarding the Medical Device Park was taken. After this, senior officials told the visitors about the features of this medical device park and the incentives being given by the Government of Uttar Pradesh or the Government of India etc.

Senior officials of the following important companies and organizations of Japan reached the stall of the authority. In which companies like Posh Wellness Laboratory Inc., Shimane University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Sousaku Medical, Japan Federation of Medical Device Association, Silicon Valley Venture, B Dot Medical Inc., International Medical Care Exchange Association and Toyota Form etc. Has expressed desire to invest.


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