Xstrahl announced today the opening of a new office and facility in central Germany to help support its current European install base, and work with local governments and facilities to help ensure radiotherapy treatment is available to everyone who needs it.
“As Europe’s preferred orthovoltage radiotherapy system provider, a central location in Europe allows us to work with existing system owners to ensure they’re getting the most out of their system, and to help push the new and exciting science and treatments to come out of our systems.” Manuel Landeira, Xstrahl GmbH’s newly appointed Commercial Director said, “We’re committed to developing a strong relationship with our users and an office local to them is the first step.”
The new office will be the third largest for Xstrahl, with a commitment to develop the team there as quickly as possible. The site also features a warehouse and workshop, helping to reduce timelines for new systems, and work as a central hub for Xstrahl’s superior in-house system support and commissioning team.
“We’re excited to announce this new chapter for Xstrahl, allowing us to service systems and work with users in a way no other orthovoltage system provider can.” Xstrahl Group CEO, Adrian Treverton said, “Our goal to have every skin cancer and benign condition patient treated with a system that allows them to look and feel as good as they should, can only happen if we invest in developing relationships and pushing the technology we’ve been able to develop.”
Xstrahl is looking to continue its commitment to the non-invasive skin cancer and benign condition treatment market, with its newly developed RADiant system, a lower energy system capable to treating patients without the need for surgery.
About Xstrahl Group
Xstrahl is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative X-ray systems for use in cancer and dermatology treatments. Xstrahl has more than 20 years’ experience supporting the X-ray therapy requirements of healthcare providers around the world, from initial specification and suite design through to installation and ongoing training, education and maintenance. In collaboration with clinicians, Xstrahl has applied its extensive experience in medical X-ray therapy systems to pioneer the development of the RADiant system. RADiant is a combined electronic brachytherapy and orthovoltage radiotherapy system using low energy photons to remove skin cancer and treat keloids.