Ziehm Imaging honored as Best Company for Innovation & Leadership at the IAIR GLOBAL AWARDS

Published on March 4, 2014 at 8:48 AM · No Comments

German C-arm manufacturer honored as  Best Company for Innovation & Leadership during award ceremony in Hong Kong

Ziehm Imaging is announced to be the winner in the category "Best Company for Innovation & Leadership" at this year's IAIR GLOBAL AWARDS. More than 500 attendees were present at the award dinner held at the Sheraton Tower in Hong Kong last Friday.

The IAR AWARDS constantly seek for excellence in small and large companies worldwide. The nominees for the different categories of the 4th annual IAIR AWARDS were defined through an online survey with more than 50,000 participants. The winners were then accounted for by the IAIR judging panel, based on a range of selection criteria including sustainability, business results, and leadership in the company's field. In the innovation category, the jury was looking for a company developing technological improvements aimed at meeting customer demand in a changing environment.

"We feel honored to be a winner at the IAIR AWARDS," says Martin Herzmann, Director Global Marketing at Ziehm Imaging. "The innovation & leadership award proves that our focus on innovation leadership in a clearly defined market segment is the right strategy."

The mid-sized manufacturer has stood for mobile X-ray-based imaging for 40 years, and is the acknowledged technological leader in mobile C-arms. With its innovative solutions, the company has played a significant role in the rapid development of mobile X-ray technology in recent years. Since the company was founded in 1972, more than 10,000 Ziehm Imaging C-arms have been installed in hospitals and medical facilities around the globe.

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