The global medical device industry is highly innovative and technology-driven and changing the face of healthcare worldwide. It is a rapidly advancing industry, impacting and improving aspects such as diagnosis, treatment, and delivery, but in India, it is still very nascent with low levels of penetration and adoption. This presents an exciting opportunity to develop this industry and to play a larger role in the transformation of Indian healthcare.
A good under-standing of the nature of this industry will ensure that the country is poised to capitalize on opportunities provided by medical technology to improve national healthcare. The medical devices industry in India consists of large multinationals as well as small & medium enterprises (SMEs) growing at an unprecedented scale. The market size of the medical devices industry in India values 11 billion and is projected to grow at the rate of 14.8% to reach 65 billion by 2025 (Deloitte report).
Inline Medicare established in 1997 is a Manufacturer of a wide range of equipment and hospital furniture. Since its inception in November '1998, Inline Medicare has manufactured & marketed a wide range of equipment & instruments. Inline Medicare is among India's
most certified companies and a well-established brand among the institutional sector. Inline Medicare is one of the largest manufacturers of medical infrastructure products like hospital furniture, operation tables, and pediatric equipment such as Beds, LDR Chair, Operation tables, Stretcher, Wheel Chair, Phototherapy unit, and many more.
With the prime focus on major governmental institutions, Inline Medicare products can be found in every state of India. Maintaining international quality, standards & specifications yet at an Indian dream price has made Inline gain the top position in the market. The company has a flexible production design & delivery methodology and produces exactly as per the requirement of the customer.
Meeting Unprecedented Customer Demands
In recent times, during the COVID-19 era, the effective delivery of medical care to all patients has become a challenge worldwide, especially in India where basic medical infrastructure was not even near to the standard ratio. Inline Medicare being one of the largest manufacturers in India for medical infrastructure especially hospital furniture was under immense pressure. “The needs for production to be at full capacity remains as a manufacturer, but moments of crisis also present an opportunity.
We try to balance employee and family safety, while also meeting unprecedented customer demands. When most of the companies have implemented a ‘work from home’ policy, we remain operational for 24 hours even during the complete lock-down. As a result we were able to help Governmental institutions to increase more than 14000 bed capacity all over India, including ICU beds & Fowler bed” signifies Bharti Saxena, Chairman, Inline Group.
Inline Medicare, with the trust, belief, and faith of customers has always struggled to meet the customer demands in terms of production. To bridge the gap between demand & supply, the company has come up with the latest state of the art manufacturing facility at Bilkisganj, Madhya Pradesh. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility have the latest equipment, plant, and machinery which are used for the first time in India and believes that with the addition of this plant the company will be able to cater the demand of products to the customers more effectively.
Inline Medicare provides its services to the Institutions of repute, prestigious medical colleges & hospitals such as AIIMS, Safdarjung Hospital, Apollo Hospitals, Army Hospitals, GMC Bhopal, MGMMC Indore, BHEL, Railways, Medical Services Corporation of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Rajas-than, and many more. The company has implemented a customer-centric strategy within the organization, remaining very cost-effective to stay competitive and retain customers, especially in the very competitive medical device industry.