50 B-share(s) 1000 FIM non-restricted
Instrumentarium was est. in 1900 by doctors with a purpose of importing medical equipment. Soon, in 1903, Instrumentarium started also selling spectacles and other optical stuff. The company was an appreciated developer of high-tech medical equipment. Its specialities were anaesthetic devices (Datex-Ohmeda) and X-ray technologies.
In 2002 the optical trade was sold to the Netherlands, and in 2003 General Electric bought the remained business. Now those activities are part of GE Healthcare.
The share of Instrumentarium was listed in the Helsinki Stock Exchange from 1971 to 2004.
Nature of business: Medical equipment, institutional catering equipment, optical products, professional electronics and information systems.
– GE Healthcare in Wikipedia »