Roche Bulgaria Signs 1.6 Million BGN Drug Supply Contract

 Roche Bulgaria, a unit of Swiss healthcare company Roche, has signed a 3.2 million levs ($1.9 million/1.6 million euro) contract for supply of pharmaceutical products to Georgi Stranski hospital, the Pleven-based hospital said.

The deal was signed on November 6, the hospital said in a notice on Monday.

The hospital received a total of 12 offers in the public procurement procedure for awarding the contract.

Roche Bulgaria’s main activities include trade and distribution of pharmaceuticals. The company is also engaged in research and development of new pharmaceutical products.

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