Awards: Medications for $6 million

The Ministry of Public Finance in Guatemala has awarded 24 companies contracts for the supply of medicinal and pharmaceutical products worth $6.3 million.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

The highest offer received was from Bodega Pharmaceuticals for $1.9 million and the lowest was received from the company Helios for $8,900. The companies that were successful bidders in this process were: Bodega Farmacéutica, Helios, Droguería Colón, Unipharm, Norvanda Healthcare, Polifarma, Droguería Refasa, Laboratorios y Droguería Pharmadel, Lavsa, Farma-proyectos, J.I. Cohen, Farma Logística, Droguería Pisa de Guatemala, Loralva, Compañía Farmacéutica Lanquetin, Servicio de Comercio Internacional, Droguería y Laboratorio Pharmalat, Resco, Iberfarma, Corporación Amicelco, Centro Distribuido, Farmen and Chemilco

These awards are for the supply of 276 medical products, including photosensitizers, antiseborrheic's, anti-inflammatories and antipruritics, vaccines, anti malarials, antitoxoplamosics, among others.

The award was published on the website for state purchases on March 18, 2015.

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