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Key people  Richard Hausmann, CEO
Headquarters  Crawley, United Kingdom
Founded  1972
Website  www.elekta.com
Founder  Lars Leksell
Number of employees  3,300
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Type  Public (Nasdaq Stockholm: EKTA B)
Industry  Oncology Neuroscience Radiation therapy Electronic medical record
Number of locations  Stockholm, Crawley, Montréal, Québec, Atlanta, Georgia, Sunnyvale, California
Products  Leksell Gamma Knife, Elekta Neuromag, Oncology Software (Mosaiq), Treatment Planning Software, Brachytherapy Products and systems for radiation therapy and surgery
Stock price  EKTA-B (STO) SEK 83.30 0.00 (0.00%)8 Mar, 5:29 PM GMT+1 - Disclaimer
CEO  Tomas Puusepp (12 May 2015–)
Subsidiaries  Elekta Crawley, Beijing Medical Equipment Institute
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Elekta is a Swedish company that provides radiation therapy, radiosurgery, related equipment and clinical management for the treatment of cancer and brain disorders.

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History

Elekta was founded in 1972 by the late Lars Leksell, Professor of Neurosurgery at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Since 1994, the company has been listed on the Nordic Exchange under the ticker EKTAb. Elekta was created to commercialize the development of the Leksell Stereotactic System, and Leksell Gamma Knife, which the professor had been researching since the late 1940s. Lars Leksell's son, Laurent, became chief executive officer of Elekta until 2005, and under his leadership the company expanded into a public medical technology group with more than 3,400 employees worldwide. In 2005 Tomas Puusepp became President and CEO of the company. The company trades only in Sweden, but nearly half the sales of the company's equipment are in the United States. The company saw net sales of 10,839 SEK M (€1.16B as of January 2016) in the year 2014/15

Acquisitions

  • Philips Medical Systems (the radiotherapy division; 1997)
  • Neuromag (a Finnish magnetoencephalography manufacturer; 2003)
  • IMPAC Medical Systems (a cancer management software company; 2005)
  • CMS (a software provider for radiation treatment planning; 2007)
  • Resonant Medical (a Canadian developer of visualization products for radiation oncology; 2010)
  • Nucletron (brachytherapy; 2011)
  • References

    Elekta Wikipedia


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