Partnership to bring medical drone deliveries to Brazil

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A new partnership formed between Spright and Synerjet aims to bring medical drone deliveries to Brazil.

The partners aim to provide medical supplies across Brazil via 19 drones. The program can start by the end of this year or in 2023. Although many Brazilians live in urban areas, people living in remote, rural areas make up around 13 per cent of the Brazilian population. The new drone service would mainly provide medical supplies to people living in the remote areas of Brazil.

“We are excited to partner with Synerjet to build an air medical transport business that serves the Brazilian healthcare market,” said Spright president Joe Resnik. “I am confident that Synerjet’s infrastructure, equipment, and knowledge of Brazilian flight regulations coupled with the professionalism and capabilities of Spright will combine to produce a winning formula that will benefit Brazil’s healthcare providers and large population.”

“Thanks to this partnership, drones will be able to deliver critical healthcare products and supplies to even the most remote sections of Brazil,” said José Eduardo Brandão, CEO of Synerjet. “We are looking forward to working with Spright to build a medical drone business in Brazil that will improve healthcare and save lives.”

The two companies have significant achievements in drone deliveries and medical supply transportation.

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