Renaissance is a minimally invasive device designed for use in spine procedure including scoliosis and other complex spinal deformity surgeries.

Adachi Medical Instruments president Saburo Adachi said under the agreement, the company looks forward to meet the requirements of the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA) and obtain the necessary approvals to deliver the Mazor’s Renaissance system in Japan.

Mazor Robotics chief executive officer Ori Hadomi said the distribution agreement and initial purchase order from Adachi signifies an important step in expanding the market for Renaissance in Asia.

"Adachi is an 80 year-old family-owned business that has established relationships with leading hospitals and medical organizations," Hadomi added.

"We’re so pleased to enter the Japanese market with Adachi as our partner."