Medicines: Institutional Market in 2019

Elvatron, Seven Pharma, J.I. Cohen, Aceti-Oxigen and Baxter are some of the companies that won contracts to provide medicines and pharmaceutical products to public health institutions in the region last year.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

An analysis by the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData provides interesting data on the companies that were favored with contracts to provide pharmaceutical products and medical supplies to the several Ministries of Health and Social Security entities in Central American countries in 2019.

According to the information system, among the main suppliers of medical and pharmaceutical products in Panama are Promoción Médica S.A., Corporación Impa Doel, Baxter de Panamá S.A., Aceti-Oxigeno S.A. and Panamed S.A.

The data collected show that in Guatemala J.I. Cohen S.A., Seven Pharma S.A., Servicios Quirúrgicos S.A., Labymed, Oxi-Rent S.A., Nipro Medical and Compañía Farmacéutica Lanquetin are some of the companies with the most contracts awarded last year.

In Costa Rica, some of the companies contracted by the government were Elvatron, S.A., Cefa Central Farmaceutica, Meditek Services, Grupo Salud Latina and Comercializadora Médica Centroamericana S.A., among others.

In the case of the Dominican Republic, Comimpharmas SRL, Linde Gas Dominicana SRL, Leterago SRL and Anest SRL are reported as suppliers to health entities.

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