Usono announces distribution agreement with Trimed during European Sports Medicine Conference in Poland

We are thrilled to announce a significant development in our international expansion as Trimed was contracted as a new distributor for Poland. This leading medical equipment distributor has officially become the distributor for our ProbeFix Dynamic in the Easthern European country. The recently signed agreement was made public during the 12th Congress of Sports Medicine of the European Federation of Sports Medicine Associations (EFSMA2023). This conference with the theme “Sporty Life — Healthy Life” is held in Wroclaw from 19 to 21 October. Trimed is exclusive distributor for Clarius and Siemens ultrasound systems and has been given the rights to sell ProbeFix Dynamic to customers using or purchasing machines of these brands.

ProbeFix Dynamic and Clarius scanner in Trimed stand at EFSMA

Przemysław Rzepka, Managing Director of Trimed, expressed his enthusiasm for this partnership, saying, “At Trimed, our mission has always been to find and bring cutting-edge medical solutions to our valued customers and we’re growing in sports medicine. The addition of ProbeFix Dynamic to our product portfolio is a a great next step in this mission. We are excited to empower researchers and professionals in Poland with this advanced ultrasound accessory.”

Paul Venema who has joined Usono only months ago as Commercial Director adds, “We are delighted to join forces with Trimed in expanding our reach to the Polish market. This collaboration allows us to make our CE marked ProbeFix Dynamic readily available Poland, which is an important market for us.” Keep an eye out for more updates from Trimed and Usono as we work together to elevate the standards of medical imaging in Poland.

Szymon Rzepka in Trimed stand at EFSMA

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