We're excited to invite you to join us at the largest trade show for the medical equipment industry in the Americas, located in Miami.
The Ministry of Health Representatives were also present at the event. This unit is the perfect solution for medical waste disposal on-site.
We are pleased to show you our new A Series installation in Poland, in the Katowice Hospital's CSSD.
We are pleased to show you our new ISS 500 L unit, which our distributor installed in Mauritius.
Celitron is attending KAZAKHSTAN INTERNATIONAL HEALTHCARE EXHIBITION 2022 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
We would like to take the opportunity to thank all our business partners for visiting our stand at Arab Health 2022.
The risks associated with Covid-19 spreading from animals to humans are no laughing matter anymore. A new mutated strain of the coronavirus has appeared at several mink farms in Denmark, and has already spread to more than 200 people.
Yet another possible escalation amidst the Covid-19 pandemic: Denmark, the number 1 mink producer in the world is planning to cull over 15 million minks in the country, after a mutated version of the coronavirus has spread from the animals and infected 12 people.
Insect farming seems to be such a good business opportunity, that even the notorious “Iron Man” Robert Downey Jr cannot pass it up
Insect farming seems to be such a good business opportunity, that even the notorious “Iron Man” cannot pass it up. Robert Downey Jr. is the latest investor of one of the biggest insect farms being built in Northern France.
Medical-grade sterilization to safely handle the disposal of infectious carcasses and prevention of the escalation of diseases like ASF
Even amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Germany must now prepare to face another crisis in the form of an African swine fever outbreak.
As shown by the current scale of the coronavirus, without proper sterilization equipment and effective carcass disposal options, if diseases originating in animals are left unchecked, they can easily lead to pandemics.
As experts have pointed out, there is still no need to panic because of the G4 virus. However, that does not mean that the appearance of a new swine flu strain should be underestimated.