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Advanced Medical & Diagnostics Trading Ltd (AMD Myanmar) is the leading supplier of Medical and Laboratory Equipment. We are working with Australian Medicaland Diagnostics Company (Australia) since 1994.

AMD Water & Wastewater Treatment division commenced operations in 1997. Since then we have conducted seminars at the National Health Laboratory in 1998 and the Mandalay City Council in 1999. We designed, supplied , installed and provided services on water treatment systems & waste water treatment systems for Housing Estates, Hospitals, Drinking Water Manufacturers, Factories and Embassies with our one hundred and forty staffs over who involved in the two divisions all around Myanmar.


To be Myanmar's leading provider of medical equipment by offering turnkey solutions and striving to give the best quality products with competitive price.


To provide qualitative service that positively enhances the communities of Myanmar by distributing top quality medical solutions.


AMD Water Treatment has been successfully working all over Myanmar for already more than 20 years. We have been designing, supplying, installing and servicing Water Treatment Systems, Waste Water Treatment Systems, Water  Storage Tanks, swimming pool treatment systems and chemical treatment systems and has completed over 200 installations across the country.

AMD is operated and prides itself on continual commitment to providing the highest possible standard of products and customer services. We support our clients with ongoing service agreements and provide spareparts & consumables. Our in-house laboratory provides valuable information as to the raw water to be treated. Our background in Chemistry & Engineering with the professional technicians ensures that we are not just a retail shop , we also provides the services and laboratory facilities which are able to test for a number of chemical & physical  parameters of clean water for the environment all around Myanmar.

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