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Schölly Fiberoptic GmbH

Robert-Bosch-Str. 1-3
79211 Denzlingen, Germany
Foundation: 1973
Founder: Werner Schölly, Regula Schölly
Holder: Schölly-Family (Majority Holder)
Revenue: ca. 100 Mio. EURO
Employees: About 600 worldwide
Export portion: 85 %
Sales markets: Worldwide
Business fields: Medical visualization solutions: 2D- and 3D-HD-endoscopes, 2D and 3D chip-in-tip and chip-in-scope systems, cameras and light sources for OR-integrated video technology. From the conception to after-sales service: all from one source.

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Holger Reinecke, CEO
Tel.: +49-7666-908-0
Fax.: +49-7666-908-380

For 40 years, SCHÖLLY has been a professional partner to OEMs when it comes to developing customized visualization systems with outstanding image quality and innovative product features. From endoscopes, camera systems, and light modules to complex visualization systems, we offer our customers a wide range of products and services as their partner for optoelectronic visualization.

In this context, we constantly invest in advancements to existing technologies and in the development of new technologies and product solutions. Doing so allows us to meet the extremely high standards in the field of medical technology. And this applies to patient safety as well as user-friendliness, image quality, reliability, and durability.

Our goal is to proactively meet our customers‘ specific needs by supplying market-driven products and systems that can be manufactured cost-effectively. Thereby, absolute precision, outstanding quality, and the reliable availability of our products are the foundation of our mutual understanding of quality.

Our offered packages in the field of Medical Endoscopy

  • Private label products from our range of catalog products
  • Customer-specific developments for OEM partners

EXCELLENCE INSIDE in Medical Endoscopy – Our microendoscopes as well as 2D and 3D endoscopes, chip-in-tip and chip-in-scope systems, endoscopic cameras and light modules are used in the following fields of medicine, among others: urology, gynecology, laparoscopy, ENT, neurology, drug delivery and arthroscopy

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