There are about two dozen MedTech companies in Hamburg with about 3,300 employees. They generate an annual turnover of over 600 million euros in the Free and Hanseatic City. Bremen, on the other hand, is more of a smaller medical technology location. Here is an overview of the 3 largest suppliers in both cities. This article is based on the unique List of the 100 largest medical technology companies in Germany.
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Place 1: Eppendorf AG, Hamburg, 804 million euros sales (2019)
Eppendorf is a leading global supplier of laboratory equipment and technology. The company was founded in 1945 as a workshop for medical equipment. Today, Eppendorf manufactures a wide range of laboratory equipment (including centrifuges, mixers, shakers, automatic pipettors, bioreactors, fermenters, deep freezers). Production is mainly in Germany, but also in the USA, Great Britain and Belgium. Eppendorf has approximately 3,600 employees.
Place 2: Coloplast GmbH, Hamburg: DKK 17.9 billion Sales (Group, 2019)
Coloplast GmbH in Hamburg is the German subsidiary of the Danish Coloplast Group. This group focuses on products in the field of urology, stoma, incontinence and wound care. The company was founded in 1957 and has more than 11,000 employees worldwide. The German subsidiary functions as a sales company and has over 500 employees.
Place 3: Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen: approx. 190 million Euro turnover (no current turnover available)
Bruker Daltonik GmbH is a company of the American Bruker Corporation. Bruker deals with medical technology offers in the field of instrumental analysis. In 2019, the group generated sales of around 1.8 billion dollars with 6,500 employees. Bruker Daltonik manufactures equipment for mass spectrometry and employs almost 600 people in Germany.Source: Listenchampion Picture source: Unsplash