A Chinese medical technology company focused on interventional medical devices
MicroPort is a medical device company focused on developing, manufacturing, and marketing high-end medical devices globally. The company has a diverse product portfolio, with its products being used once every 30 seconds on average across more than 2,000 major hospitals in China and in 24 other countries in APAC, South America, and Europe. A majority of MicroPort’s revenue is derived from drug eluting stents, but growth in other cardiovascular, endovascular, and neurovascular devices combined with new market entries into electrophysiological devices and surgical management have significantly accelerated its global diversification. Through its significant R&D spending, MicroPort is dedicated to becoming a global enterprise capable of providing the most affordable medical products and technologies to serve patients world-wide. MicroPort is headquartered in Shanghai, China, and successfully completed its IPO in HongKong in late 2010.
- Shanghai, People's Republic of China
- SEHK: 853
- Formerly Known As: MicroPort Medical
- Exit date: September 24, 2010
“Essex Woodlands was the only US investor in MicroPort prior to MicroPort going public. Essex Woodlands has a deep understanding of our products and growth potential and provided valuable support in the development of the company, especially as it transitioned into a public company.
Former President, MicroPort
Chairman, Otsuka China Investments
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