GROWING MEDICAL DEVICE SALES

WITH OUTSTANDING COMPLIANCE & COMMERCIAL EXPERTISE

Asia Actual provides registration, independent license holding, and importing support services to medical device manufacturers including novel and high risk devices.

We distinguish ourselves with (1) outstanding personnel; (2) clear communication; and  (3) transparent operations. We have offices staffed by experienced, bilingual regulatory and commercial professionals in the major capital cities of Asia.

Our mission is to provide a stable, reliable local platform so that our clients can grow their sales in challenging Asian markets.

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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

Leading, local regulatory specialists dedicated to your medical device registrations, maintenance and renewals

    Clinical Trial Data  |  Reimbursement  |  In-country Representation

Meet our Experts

BRYAN GILBURG

MANAGING DIRECTOR
(USA)

BINH THAI

GENERAL MANAGER
(THAILAND)

GUNJAN VERMA

MANAGING PARTNER
(INDIA)

CHARMAINE ROSON

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
(PHILIPPINES)

Glend Llantada

IMPORTATION SPECIALIST
(SOUTHEAST ASIA)

SARAH BAIK

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
(KOREA)

ERIC LEUNG

GENERAL MANAGER
(HONG KONG)

ILHAM HIDAYATTULAH

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
(INDONESIA)

KENNA RASIKLAL

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
(SINGAPORE)
Russia Medical Device Consultant

TATIANA NOSOVA

PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT
(RUSSIA)

The future is bright.

Asia Actual’s innovative approach of leveraging regulatory compliance to create novel sales channel management tools has made us the fastest growing consultancy in the region. The formula is a winning one. Come grow with us.

We represent over 100 Dynmaic companies from 20 Countries
with over

500 registered products

to date

Recent News from Asia

India’s CDSCO Extends List of Notified Devices

On December 28th, 2020, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization announced that Nebulizers, Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices, Digital Thermometer, and Glucometers must obtain Import Licenses prior to marketing.

Philippines FDA Announces New Requirement for All Medical Devices

On January 4th, the Philippines FDA released FDA Circular 2021-002. This Circular outlines new requirements for previously exempted medical devices, amending the previous transition plan. All remaining Class B, C, and D devices not listed in the updated Annex will now need to apply under the Notification route currently used for Class A devices.

Philippines FDA Alters Requirements for Radiation Licensing During COVID-19

FDA's Circular No. 2020-035 will take into effect immediately, and will pertain to the conduct of licensing inspection for radiation facilities in particular.