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Lohmann: New Solutions for Diabetes Technology

The 12th international conference for Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD 2019) will take place from February 20-23 at the Berlin Messe „CityCube

 2019_Glucosemonitoring_skin.jpg It offers a specialist audience the ideal opportunity to catch up on innovations within this medical industry’s growing market. In the course of the scientific program, leading international experts will present new developments in diabetes treatment, in the field of glucose sensors and much more. The ATTD has advanced to be synonymous with the presentation of state-of-the-art research and analysis as well as developments in diabetes technology.

Lohmann’s Segment “Medical” will be at booth 9 to present its innovative adhesive solutions for medical technology, too. Lohmann has been at home in the medical industry and pioneering in adhesive technology for over 165 years, offering various bonding solutions and high-tech die-cuts for diagnosis, wound care, surgery, ostomy or electrodes. For more than 20 years now, the company has been developing products for the diagnostic market. You may find them, for example, in the in-vitro or point-of-care diagnostics as well as in microfluidics.

The “Bonding Engineers” will not only attend the ATTD to present their latest developments for use in the area of diabetes technology. “It is much more important for us to hear the ‘customer’s voice’”, says Daniel Eng, Market Manager. “Thus we make sure to recognize future trends and find out what is really important for customers in regards to product development.” This is even more substantial for the Bonding Engineers because almost all of their products are customized solutions. Furthermore, it is in line with the company’s “Smart Bonding Approach”. This means, Lohmann supports its customers from the first concept to the mechanical realization and implementation into the production process on site. Visit the Bonding Engineers and learn more.

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letzte Änderung: 01.02.2019