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Accuron MedTech opens S$10m incubator hub in Tuas

Centre also provides business services for group's portfolio firms, complementing core urology unit, Dornier MedTech

Present at the official opening of Accuron MedTech's new Singapore technology centre were from left: Beh Kian Teik, assistant managing director, Singapore Economic Development Board; Philip Yeo, chairman, Accuron MedTech Group; S Iswaran, Minister for Communications and Information and Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations; Abel Ang, group CEO, Accuron MedTech Group; and Ted Tan, deputy CEO, Enterprise Singapore.


SINGAPORE-BASED medical device company Accuron MedTech opened a S$10 million medical technology (medtech) centre here on Thursday.

The 22,000-square-foot centre in Tuas provides incubator facilities and business services for the group's portfolio companies, complementing...

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