Hitachi, Philips Win $161M For Military Healthcare Equipment

U.S. Air Force photo
U.S. Air Force photo

The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded an estimated $161 million in contracts to Hitachi and Philips subsidiaries for radiology and patient monitoring systems.

Hitachi Medical Systems America won a potential $91, 626, 986 contract for the radiology systems and Philips Medical Systems will take in up to $77, 172, 660 for the patient monitoring systems, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

Each economic-price-adjustment contract includes the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and federal civilian agencies as using services.

Hitachi Medical Systems America’s contract also covers components, upgrades, accessories and installation work while Philips Medical Systems will provide accessories, consumables, spare and repair parts and training services to the Army.

Work will occur in Ohio and Massachusetts through March 29, 2014 and the DLA’s troop support office in Philadelphia is the contracting activity.

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