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ADDvise receives allocation decision from Region Skåne worth 1.7 MSEK

Posted on: 14 Oct 16
ADDvise subsidiary ADDvise Tillquist AB has received an allocation decision from Region Skåne to deliver large low temperature freezers and low temperature freezers designed to reduce energy consumption. The freezers will be used for storage of human samples collected at -80˚C in Region Skåne for research, care and treatment. The allocation decision also includes installation of the freezers and staff training. The order amounts to 1.7 MSEK. \- It is gratifying to see that our investment in instruments and equipment for research facilities and healthcare continues to yield results, says Rikard Akhtarzand CEO of ADDvise Group in a comment to the allocation decision.   The agreement has a standstill period until October 24. Not until then ADDvise Tillquist AB has the right to sign the agreement with Region Skåne.     For further information, please contact: Rikard Akhtarzand, CEO, +46 765-25 90 71   About ADDvise Group AB ADDvise Group AB (publ) is an expansive group which through its subsidiaries IM-Medico Svenska AB, KEBO Inredningar Sverige AB, ADDvise Tillquist AB, LabRum AB, Sonesta Medical AB, Sonesta Medical Inc and Surgical Tables Inc offers comprehensive solutions in the form of products and services to healthcare and research facilities. ADDvise Group\'s customers are located in both the private and public sectors. The Company\'s share is listed on First North Premier and Mangold Fondkommission AB, +46 8-503015 50, is the company\'s Certified Adviser and liquidity provider.GlobeNewswire

Last updated on: 17/10/2016

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