We're Leading Supplier of Clinical Chemistry, Urinalysis, Rapid Tests and Coagulation
Dutch Diagnostics has been founded in 2000. Since then we have become a worldwide supplier of Clinical Chemistry, Urinalysis, Rapid Tests and Coagulation. We are ISO 13485 certified and have a well-founded knowledge of In Vitro Diagnostics.
Why Choose Dutch Diagnostics?
Dutch Diagnostics – founded in 2000 – is a worldwide player in the field of diagnostics. With the aid of our distributors in over 80 countries, we serve laboratories, hospitals and health professionals in general. Contact us when we should also include you as a distributor for your country!
Since Dutch Diagnostics was founded (Mr. Patrick Govaers Sr.) we always only had one main goal: to offer excellent quality products worldwide for a fair price. And we are very proud that over the years we succeeded in finding solid distributors and loyal clients in over 80 countries worldwide.
We still are looking to extend our range of products (POC for instance) and to come into contact with more distributors. So please feel free to contact us if you think your company would be a solid partner for Dutch Diagnostics.
We're Dutch Diagnostics
All of our products are produced, handled and stored in conformity with the requirements according to Annex III of Directive 98/79/EC on in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVD Directive).
Each year Dutch Diagnostics is present at the Medica in Düsseldorf. There we welcome our current distributors and meet our potential new clients. Its very important to us that we keep good relationships with our customers. That’s why we intent to visit our customers as often as possible to discuss and help each others business. So, if we start our business with your company, we would gladly come visit you!
We are competitive in almost every country, but pricing is not all. Quality is of course even more important and we are sure we can also convince you of our high standards!
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