Rayence has announced that it has signed a contract with GE Healthcare to supply its new detector products with a GE brand.
The company expects that the agreement will serve as the evidence of its detector’s superior quality and performance as well as boost its sales growth worldwide.
"With this accord, we have secured a reference to supplying large-scale healthcare companies in the world, and speed up the diversification of sales channels," the company said. "At the same time, we have established a stable and sustainable growth base with a large-scale B2B business model."
The accord coincides with the government's plans to foster the radiation industry as a new growth engine as part of its “manufacturing renaissance” program, which emphasizes support for the bio-health sector, the company added.
Rayence will try to keep winning large supply contracts with global healthcare companies that supply high-performance dental and healthcare devices, achieve visible results in industrial X-ray inspection market in the second half of this year.
The company is conducting several introduction tests for domestic and global industrial and security companies. "Thanks to this upward trend, we will be able to widen the gap with our competitors in domestic detector market this year," the company said.
Rayence holds four world-class products and the world's top position in the field of detectors for specific areas such as IOS (Dental Oral Sensor).