Medtech receives Australian marketing authorisation for ROSA and signs distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand


Medtech has received official authorisation to market its ROSA robot in Australia for minimally invasive surgical procedures on the brain, as well as spine surgery.

The company also announced that it signed a distribution contract for Australia and New Zealand with Surgicom, a company specialising in the distribution and marketing of innovative medical devices, particularly in orthopaedics. This agreement significantly reinforces Medtech’s geographical coverage in the Asia-Pacific region through Surgicom’s offices and commercial agents in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland. The entrance into the Australian and New Zealand markets further supports Medtech’s strategy to expand its international sales organisation.

“This is an important milestone in the company’s development and ongoing expansion of our market opportunity. This authorisation to market ROSA in Australia and the signing of a distribution agreement with Surgicom is a reflection of our strategy to increase our commercial presence at international level, including the Asia-Pacific region, where we already have strong momentum,” commented Bertin Nahum, president, chief executive officer and founder of Medtech.