28 July 2021 | News
The startup is planning to launch advanced medical equipment to support clinicians
Noccarc, a Pune-based startup, has deployed 3000+ of its flagship V310 ventilators in 500+ hospitals across the country. Transcending borders, the company has also deployed ventilators in Nepal and has received orders from multiple other African and Southeast Asian countries.
The startup has set up a call centre for online and offline assistance and customer support. The company also deployed a 300+ strong service and application team across the country to provide seamless on-site training and clinical support.
Noccarc has also received direct orders from government organisations for its ventilators. The startup is further planning to launch advanced medical equipment to support clinicians for better decisions making and digitise the healthcare system significantly.
Noccarc plans to launch four new products for ICU care that will align with global compliance standards in this financial year. The company is also looking to deploy 600+ ventilators in the next quarter. With its team size growing from 22 to 130+ over the last year, Noccarc is planning to further increase by 55 per cent in the next quarter while expanding its office size and production capacity with an additional facility, ensuring that all aspects are in line with its growth plans. The forward-looking startup also aims to foray into the US and European markets in the coming years.
Harshit Rathore, Co-Founder, Noccarc said, “Noccarc’s team has achieved aggressive product development timelines and we aim to significantly bring down the high-end medical equipment import by 20 per cent over the next five years."