|Publicly traded Aktiebolag|
|Traded as||Nasdaq Stockholm: GETI B|
|Carl Bennet (Chairman), Joacim Lindoff (Acting President and CEO)|
|Products||Disinfectors, sterilisation equipment, hospital beds, stretchers, Dopplers, bedsore prevention equipment, surgical tables, ventilators, heart-lung machines|
|Revenue||SEK 22.17 billion (2010)|
|SEK 3.689 billion (2010)|
|Profit||SEK 2.277 billion (2010)|
|Total assets||SEK 34.59 billion (end 2010)|
|Total equity||SEK 13.25 billion (end 2010)|
Number of employees
|14700 (end 2013)|
|Divisions||Maquet, ArjoHuntleigh, Getinge|
Getinge AB is a global medical technology company, founded in Sweden in 1904. The firm provides equipment and systems within healthcare and life sciences. The group is organised in three business areas: Infection Control (trading as Getinge), Extended Care (ArjoHuntleigh) and Medical Systems (Maquet, the world's largest maker of surgical tables). In 2008 the group employed 11604 people. The firm's acting president and CEO is Joacim Lindoff who replaced Alex Myers in August 2016. Alex Meyers replaced longtime CEO Johan Malmquist in January 2015 and initiated major changes in the company's structure. Carl Bennet is the company's chairman. Getinge's shares have been listed on the OMX Nordic List in Stockholm since 1993 and have formed part of the OMXS30 index since July 2009.
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