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Sigh To Invest Rs. 231.5 Cr To Set Up A Healthcare Device Manufacturing Facility In Telangana 

Sigh To Invest Rs. 231.5 Cr To Set Up A Healthcare Device Manufacturing Facility In Telangana Sigh To Invest Rs. 231.5 Cr To Set Up A Healthcare Device Manufacturing Facility In Telangana 

Davos/Hyderabad, Jan 18 (Hydnow):  Surgical Instruments Group Holdings (SIGH) announced an investment of Rs. 231.5 crore in Telangana to set up a healthcare devices manufacturing facility. 

Gouri Sridhara, Managing Director and  Amar Chidipothu, Director of SIGH, a leading medical devices manufacturing company from the UK, met Chief Minister Revanth Reddy and Minister of Industries & IT Sridhar Babu in Davos.

As part of their global expansion and entry into the Indian market, SIGH announced its plan to set up a manufacturing facility in Hyderabad with a potential investment of Rs. 231.5 crore over the next 2-3 years. This will include the manufacturing of several devices which are currently not manufactured in India and will be a step towards affordable healthcare.

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The Chief Minister assured the delegation of full support from the state government. In Phase 1, SIGH will manufacture general surgical instruments, precision surgical instruments used in micro-surgeries, orthopaedic power tools, dermatomes used in maxo surgery, ophthalmic instruments and minimal invasive surgery.

In Phase 2, they will expand to manufacturing of robotic medical devices. SIGH is a well-established company, supplying to the NHS, Ministry of Defence (Army) and private hospitals in the United Kingdom. They are headquartered in Milton Keynes with dedicated manufacturing facilities in Turkey and Germany. Over the years SIGH acquired 11 companies including popular brands such as Osborn  Simmons, Valeplan, Decon sciences, Heinz Waldrich among others, acting as a consolidator for prestigious UK brands within the healthcare industry. (Hydnow) 


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