HCD Hospital Logistics white paper

This white paper presents the Danish concept of Hospital Logistics and ground-breaking solutions that contribute to making Danish hospitals more efficient and improve patient safety and treatment quality. It is part of a series of white papers that show how Danish solutions can contribute to increase efficiency in healthcare while empowering patients and staff.

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The company’s development in recent years is the result of meeting its goal for having a unique profile in project logistics and heavy lift inside the Brazilian and South America market.

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Transdata Handling

The company’s development in recent years is the result of meeting its goal for having a unique profile in project logistics and heavy lift inside the Brazilian and South America market.

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