SOFIA (Bulgaria), December 8 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Solomed has signed a 6.5 million levs ($3.7 million/3.3 million euro) contract with the Oncology Centre in Plovdiv for the delivery of a medical linear accelerator, the hospital said.
The accelerator will have a full radiotherapy capacity, and will provide possibilities for radiosurgery, the contracting authority said in a notice last week following a public procurement tender.
A part of the assignment including the installation of the accelerator, training of personnel and warranty service, amounting to 421,200 levs, could be subcontracted, the Oncology Centre said.
The deal was signed on November 2. Solomed submitted the sole bid in the tender.
Sofia-based Solomed, founded in 1993, is specialised in the supply of medical products, solutions and equipment.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)