Pharmaoffer an online marketplace for pharmaceutical raw materials in the Netherlands is a B2B platform for suppliers and buyers of pharmaceutical raw materials. This Dutch pharma tech startup has announced its collaboration with pharmaceutical suppliers to resolve medicine shortages all over the world.
The actual challenge
With Pharmaoffer, medicine producers can find qualified suppliers for their raw material requirements. Usually, the process of hunting for newly qualified suppliers for the procurement of raw materials will be time-consuming due to the laws and regulations that are involved.
This is where Pharmaoffer comes to the picture. It lets suppliers manage their company page by adding more products and also displaying their quality certificates. Buyers can find an overview of the manufacturers all over the world and send inquiries and orders to the supplier directly. It is an easy to use platform that is free from ads.
Connects buyers and suppliers across the world
With its B2B platform, Pharmaoffer rules out the necessity of the middlemen and brings about transparency, which will minimise expenses and unnecessary delays in the supply chain. Pharmaoffer lets buyers look for suppliers beyond their network. It connects buyers and suppliers from 172 countries.
Ammar Badwy, co-founder of Pharmaoffer said “The pharmaceutical industry is lagging 15 years behind with digital innovation compared to other markets. Worldwide, pharmacists are struggling to find high-quality pharmaceutical raw materials necessary for the production of safe medicine. To solve this problem the industry needs to digitize. In our day-to-day life, we are used to the benefits of transparent platforms such as Airbnb, Booking.com or Amazon. One place with all available parties. These platforms give us more choice of suppliers, faster services, better prices and safer transactions. The future of pharma is digital and we believe that pharmaceutical buyers and suppliers should enjoy the same benefits too. That’s why we started Pharmaoffer.”
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