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MP Hospitalar

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Founded in 2000 by Mario Tadeu Pereira, MP HOSPITALAR is a distributor of medical and hospital supplies. With headquarters in Itapira, São Paulo; distributes single-use materials for renowned public and private hospitals and clinics throughout the state.

Currently going through a new phase, in an exclusive partnership with the German company TROGE MEDICAL, inaugurated in 2012 the MP HOSPITALAR manufacturing unit which has a large structure and high-tech equipment to meet nationwide demand. With high standards of quality and reliability of the company's products, quickly developed into a strong brand in the market, gaining confidence internationally and domestically.

The success of MP HOSPITALAR comes from its specialized technical team plus an exclusive representation of its suppliers, enabling service excellence and customer satisfaction, which is only possible by keeping suppliers capable of assuming their responsibility with us.

TROGE Medical

TROGE MEDICAL Gmbh is a pharmaceutical company with headquarters in Hamburg, Germany and supplies more than 110 countries worldwide. The entire TROGE line of single-use devices, is assembled and distributed in Brazil, exclusively by MP HOSPITALAR

Characterized by a high degree of confidence in delivering medical devices. Our service includes expert assistance authority, which is designed to individual needs.

From the qualified raw materials through the production, the final products of the mark TROGE are subject to strict quality controls.

The tests are performed according to international standards, such as EP, BP, USP, EM, DIN and ISO. The company relies on both its quality assurance department of the company as the work of outsourced qualified laboratories. We tested all products carefully, with particular attention to the easibility.

After adopting a management system's of overall quality, the company received ISO 9001 and EN ISO 13485 certification in 1997.