Healthcare Trade Leads

**For more information and to respond to any of these trade leads, please contact your local trade specialist.

October 2019

Slovakia: The Slovak Ministry of Interior has an open tender worth EUR 4,559,550 excluding VAT. The Tender includes both mobile devices and individual tests (oral swabs) for the detection of six different narcotics in human saliva, namely amphetamine, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, benzodiazeprine or marijuana.

Argentina: The Federal Police in Argentina (Superintendency of Scientific Police- Chemistry Lab Division) has an open tender for a scanning electron microscope.

Ireland: There is a current open tender for Dynamic Purchasing System for the Provision of Laboratory Equipment, Consumables and Related Services

Mauritius: Tenders available in several areas including: Cardiovascular Drugs, Oral Anticoagulant and Ace Inhibitors, Antihypertensive Drugs, and Cytotoxic Drugs

Japan: Open RFP from Asahi Kasei Pharma Corporation. “We are publicly calling for new proposals related to drug development research as part its efforts for open innovation, to promote pharmaceutical research and development through enhanced cooperation with universities, research institutes, and enterprises around the world.”

Finland: Business Finland has been working together with the university hospitals and major cities to build healthcare testbed activities in Finland. One of the aims is to provide a service point or other function that will provide companies with the best testing environments to meet their needs, anywhere in Finland. The testbed service is also available to foreign actors.

August 2019

Ethiopia: The Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals Supply Agency has an open tender for pharmaceuticals and Laboratory Reagents for malaria and MNCH commodities.

El Salvador: The U.S. Commercial Service in El Salvador would like to alert U.S. Companies on future bids of the Ministry of Health in El Salvador for the implementation of the project Integrated Health Program II, known in Spanish as Proyecto PRIDES II (Programa Integrado de Salud II). The project is an investment of $170 million provided by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which contemplates the construction of hospitals, purchase of medical equipment, and the improvement of healthcare services to the Salvadoran population.

United Kingdom: An additional £1.8 billion ($2.2 billion) funding for the National Health Service (NHS). Twenty hospitals will share £850 million of the funding to update existing upgrade existing infrastructure, create new facilities and invest in new equipment.

July 2019

China: A large pharmaceutical distributor in China with a distribution network covering 260,000 outlets (including hospitals and retail drug stores) is interested in connecting directly with drug owners to discuss launching drugs in China on their platform.

June 2019

United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD): UNPD is seeking US vendors who can supply a variety of medical training aid equipment.

May 2019

Qatar: Ali Bin Ali a privately-owned company in Doha is interested in connecting with U.S. manufacturers of disposable surgery, gynecology, and urology items.

Jamaica: The Government of Jamaica has received financing from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and European Union-Caribbean Investment Facility (EU-CIF) toward the cost of the Energy Management and Efficiency Program (EMEP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments under the contract for the deep energy retrofitting of seven (7) Government hospitals.

Colombia: With the objective of introducing private efficiency to the city’s medical services and improve public health infrastructure, the Health Secretariat of Bogota (HSB) as part of its infrastructure program will be launching a tender process for the Bosa Public-Private Partnership (PPP) public hospital. This project will be operated by the Southwest subnetwork (one of the four existing subnetworks in Bogota), which is in an area of approximately 2.4 million inhabitants and has one of the largest deficits in hospital beds.

April 2019

Tanzania: The Medical Stores Department Tender Board on behalf of the Government of Tanzania now invites sealed tenders from eligible Pharmaceutical and Medical supplies Manufacturers for carrying out the Supply of Pharmaceuticals and Medical supplies to South African Development Community (SADC) Member states.


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