2001 s.r.l. Clinical Waste Containers of Bagnatica at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA Trade Fair
Manufacturers

2001 s.r.l. Clinical Waste Containers

Via V° Alpini 27, 24060 Bagnatica
Italy

Telephone +39 035 682500
Fax +39 035 683605
comercial@ditta2001.it

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MEDICA 2017 hall map (Hall 6): stand C29

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MEDICA 2017 fairground map: Hall 6

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Commodities and Consumer Goods
  • 05.08  Disposable articles for hospitals
  • 05.08.04  Non-woven disposable products

Non-woven disposable products

About us

Company details


1986 In this year the Company was born, with the activity of marketing of hospital shoes and furniture.

1995 The Company discovers the material that will change the history: the ALVEOLAR POLYPROPYLENE, material used as extruded sheet for the realization of the box for disposal of sanitary waste potentially infected with thermoweld bottom resistance to liquids. The product, thanks to its significant quality as: lightness and resistance to liquids, becomes in a few years leader on the market with a consequent actuall spread of about 4,3 milions of pieces a year ( data refer only to the distribution on Italian territory).

2009 Was born PoolinBox, the innovative patented box made of cardboard assembled to a bottom made of alveolar polypropylene.

2010 The Company develops the new line of bins made of polypropylene for disposal of hospital waste.

2011 The 2001 s.r.l. obtains the Certificate of Quality ISO 9001:2008, with the objective to improve every year the production processes and the service offered to the customer.

2012 Is launched a new line of plastic bins for collection of clinical waste special for export.

Over the years the 2001 s.r.l. Never stopped to invest, as well as in the creation of new products, in new production technologies (always updated with the latest news of the market); the 2001 s.r.l. Uses automated systems for the production and packaging of products, with the aim to guarantee maximum performance.

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