Nov 03, 2016

Farmak takes part in the international specialized exhibition CPhI in Barcelona

The leader of the domestic pharmaceutical industry Farmak * took part in the international pharmaceutical exhibition CPhI Worldwide 2016 in Barcelona, ​​Spain.

The task force of 23 experts was headed by Filya Zhebrovska, CEO of Farmak. This year Farmak presented its best products to the world pharma community. About 1,000 specialists visited our stand during the exhibition.

Also, the social project of lonely elderly support – "Foster Grandchildren" was represented in the CPhI Pharma Awards competition, which was held during the exhibition. Farmak launched the Project in 2015, in the honor of its 90th anniversary. The Project hit the list of finalists and took the second place.

The international pharmaceutical exhibition hosted a panel discussion “The European vector for Ukrainian Pharma Industry: challenges or opportunities?” It was attended by representatives of domestic pharmaceutical manufacturers and European experts. The panelists, including Farmak representatives, discussed the topical issues of the Ukrainian pharmaceutical market and the possible entering the European market by the Ukrainian pharmaceutical companies.

Filya Zhebrovska, CEO of Farmak: "Farmak took part in the CPhI Worldwide for the fourth time in a row. Every year our team goes to this large-scale event with great interest. First, the whole world is represented here, the most interesting experience and innovations. Second, it gives us the opportunity to feel the pulse of global Pharma industry functioning, to develop and introduce new products, new molecules, thus offering new approaches and treatments.

Today, participation in CPhI is secured by fine creative work of all services of our Company. The exhibition booth of Farmak was supported by developers, logistics and marketing specialists working with foreign markets and so on. "

This year, more than 2,500 companies from over 150 countries represented their stands. The event attracted over 36,000 specialists.

*by final selling prices, according to 2015 Proxima Research

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