|[April 16, 2014]
Research and Markets: Distribution on the Pharmaceutical Market in Central Europe 2013: Comparative Analysis
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xw72nm/distribution_on)
has announced the addition of the "Distribution
on the Pharmaceutical Market in Central Europe 2013: Comparative
analysis of Poland, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and
Bulgaria" report to their offering.
Who are the leaders in distribution of pharmaceuticals in Central
Europe? Find out with this report featuring company profiles and a
comparative analysis of markets in six countries.
Distribution on the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2013
represents the efforts of expert analysts and market observers in
gathering the regional information needed to understand this market's
big picture while supplying the detailed data required by industry
professionals to conduct successful operations in each market segment,
in each of the six featured countries.
The report examines market conditions in the pharmacy distribution,
wholesale distribution, non-pharmacy distribution and online sales
segments, and profiles top companies, furnishng information on their
warehouse locations, size, value, contact information and much more.
This report provides insightful analysis of influential current and
emerging marketplace trends and assesses possible impact on operations
in the years ahead. It closely examines the legal and regulatory
environments in each country and explores the strategies of leading
companies in meeting the challenges of specific rules and upcoming
changes. Also included are responses from a specialised survey of online
pharmaceutical retailers that describes their experiences in this
relatively new but always expanding segment of the market.
Distribution on the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2013 answers
countless questions regarding the Central European pharmaceutical
distribution network. It reveals the countries with the largest number
of pharmacies per resident, the highest wholesale distribution areas and
the trends and events taking place on the market that could possible
change these numbers in the months ahead. The report also discusses
legal avenues that countries may use to diminish the number of
pharmacies and analyses corporate responses to both actual and possible
upcoming changes in regulation.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive summary
3. Wholesale distribution
4. Pharmacy distribution
5. Non-pharmacy distribution
6. Online distribution
SCS (News - Alert) Franchise
Varnapharma Holding/Apteki Mareshki
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