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Singapore, 11 Jul 2014 SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company to participate in Medical Manufacturing Asia 2014 held at the Suntec Singapore , 9-11 September. In this event, SGS aims to help organisations to navigate the complexities of international medical devices regulations that to speed up to market whilst ensuring compliance with the required regulations and standards, manage sustainability and develop talent that empowers organizations to build value and make the most of every opportunity to further excellence.


Medical Manufacturing Asia 2014 comes at a time when the global medtech industry is expected to hit US$228 billion by 2015, driven largely by an ageing population and climbing societal risk factors such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Coupled with longer life expectancy and rising affluence in Asia, this presents companies with immense opportunities to expand the reach of their medical products and business networks in the region.

For the Asia Pacific market growing at an average CAGR of 9.6% with a market value that is expected to exceed US$71 billion by 2015, the Asia Pacific medical device sector offers significant commercial opportunities. It becomes important for an organisation to consider work with a certification partner who is instantly up-to-date, has competent to support the organisation to find the fastest and most reliable route to market, and able to stay ahead of changing requirements, in order to stay competitive advantage.

The three-day event will provide a unique opportunity for SGS to share the most up-to-date major regulatory or technological development take place,  provide you relevant information that may help you achieve competitive advantage, as well as to showcase their portfolio of business solutions and services, certifications and training relevant to the medical technology and medical manufacturing sectors. 

As the leader in professional training, we draw on our years of worldwide experience to provide effective learning and development opportunities. We make a difference to individuals, teams and businesses, nurturing talent and enabling continuous organisational progression. Our specialists partner with course participants, identifying improvement objectives and supporting the professional journey. Our medical manufacturing trainings include, but are not limited to QMS/Auditing, Internal Auditing, Global Regulations, Sterilization processes, Risk Management, Product Safety/EMC with public and in house courses.

Talk to our experts at Booth #4A15, Singapore Pavilion to find out how SGS can help your organisation facilitate your access to global markets, support your supply chain and risk management.

Find out more about the event

For further Information, please contact:

Ms Esther Chan

Senior Marketing Executive, Systems and Services Certification

SGS Singapore

T: +65 6379 0143





SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 80,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,650 offices and laboratories around the world.

SGS has a global team dedicated to the specific needs of the medical device market, certifying medical device manufacturers in over 40 countries. As such, our experts can support you in the definition of the optimum audit and testing programme for your organisation, using our experience in the industry and benchmarking to best practices.

Enhancing products, processes, systems and skills is fundamental to your ongoing success and sustained growth. We enable you to continuously improve, transforming your products, services and value chain by increasing performance, managing risks, better meeting stakeholder requirements, and managing sustainability.

With a global presence, we have a history of successfully executing large-scale, complex international projects. Our people speak the language, understand the culture of the local market and operate globally in a consistent, reliable and effective manner.