UK based The Rodnight ties up with India’s PLUSS for ‘MiraCradle’

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UK based The Rodnight ties up with India's PLUSS for 'MiraCradle'
UK based The Rodnight ties up with India's PLUSS for 'MiraCradle'

The Rodnight Partnership which will further drive the market penetration of the life-saving technology of this product throughout Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.

UK based The Rodnight Partnership announced a partnership with Gurugram based Pluss Advanced Technologies Limited (PLUSS), to enhance availability of ‘MiraCradle’, a unique neonatal cooling device in the Middle EastAfrica and South East Asia markets.

MiraCradle is the world’s first non-electronic, portable device based on Phase Change Materials (PCMs), developed in partnership with Christian Medical College, Vellore. The MiraCradle neonatal cooler is an affordable passive cooling device that uses advanced phase change material (PCM) technology to induce therapeutic hypothermia among newborns suffering from birth asphyxia. MiraCradle can bring the much-needed hypothermic therapy to neonates through affordable passive cooling at a fraction of the price as compared to alternate active cooling methods.

“We are delighted to partner with The Rodnight Partnership which will further drive the market penetration of the life-saving technology of this product throughout Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Their knowledge of the neonatal market and the relevant channels will allow us to vastly increase the speed with which we can serve these markets with high need potential,” said Udit Mangal, Vice President & Business Head-Lifesciences, Pluss Advanced Technologies.

Martin Rodnight, Managing Director of The Rodnight Partnership said: “We are very much looking forward to working with Pluss Advanced Technologies and growing their international business. The MiraCradle is a perfect fit for our product range as we develop our neonatal presence in the market.”

Founded in 2009, The Rodnight Partnership was established as a consultancy to assist medical manufacturing companies in their international endeavours, particularly in the field of channel management and distribution.

PLUSS’s PCM technology-based solutions have also received awards for applications in medical, pharmaceuticals, buildings, refrigeration, and logistics, in India and overseas. The materials are used in a variety of sectors and help the world meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals targets.

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