PENTAX Europe GmbH Celebrates 40 Years Of Business In Hamburg

Published: Jul 28, 2017

Hamburg, 27 July 2017 – PENTAX Europe GmbH, the Hamburg-based EMEA headquarter of the medical device manufacturer, celebrates its 40th anniversary. The world famous brand has consistently been at the forefront of development in innovative medical devices for endoscopy procedures.

PENTAX Europe GmbH, was founded in July 1977 in Hamburg, Germany. Over the last 40 years, the company has undergone many changes, becoming the European headquarters for the medical brand in 1984.

Rainer Burkard, President EMEA, PENTAX Medical, commented, “PENTAX Medical has remained one of the leading endoscopic brands by consistently adapting to better meet our customers’ requirements. We would like to express our sincere thanks to all those who have supported us for the past 40 years to help shape the success story of PENTAX Medical. I am proud to be part of this innovative, long-standing company. We are truly committed to improving the standards of patient care and quality of healthcare delivery by providing the latest technology in endoscopic products and services. Our recent product launches and the new products we will be introducing, will further enhance our offer and address the increasing needs in professional health care solutions to improve patient care.”

With the very latest solutions across the key areas of endoscopy including GI, ENT and pulmonology, PENTAX Medical supplies equipment to leading hospitals and clinics across the globe.


PENTAX Medical is a division of HOYA Group. Its mission is to improve the standard of patient care and quality of healthcare delivery by providing the best endoscopic products and services with a focus on quality, clinically relevant innovations and simplicity. Through leading edge R&D and manufacturing, PENTAX Medical provides endoscopic imaging devices and solutions to the global medical community. PENTAX Medical has a worldwide focus and presence with R&D, regional sales, service, and in-country facilities around the globe.

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