Novo Nordisk Pharmatech closes distribution agreement for Russia and CIS countries

Novo Nordisk Pharmatech has entered an extensive partnership agreement for Russia and CIS countries with Czech company IMCoPharma.

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The ingredient-producing subsidiary of Novo Nordisk, Novo Nordisk Pharmatech, has entered an agreement with IMCoPharma for the distribution of the company's Quats (synthetic molecules) to the healthcare industry in Russia and countries in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), according to Pharmaceutical Business review.

"I am very happy for our collaboration with Novo Nordisk Pharmatech, which started already at the end of 2020 in several CIS countries. We are proud to be a partner of an experienced European company with exceptional healthcare products and represent their product portfolio among our customers across Eastern Europe and Middle Asian countries," says IMCoPharma Commercial Director Lukas Adamec in a press release.

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