Looking for a specific product?

Make a search for products & suppliers, articles & news.

Navamedic expands product portfolio

Navamedic's wholly owned subsidiary Vitaflo Scandinavia has signed a distribution agreement with Italian pharmaceutical company Angelini for the distribution of the drug Importal® in the Swedish and Dutch markets.

The available market for Importal® in these two countries is estimated at NOK 60 million. Importal® is used for treatment of several intestine disease related complications.

 

Navamedic's subsidiary Vitaflo Scandinavia is a distributor of more than 50 health care products from 17 manufacturers. The company saw a 32 per cent sales growth in the first nine months of 2011. Vitaflo will continue to expand its product base and increase sales.

Related news

Latest news

CLOUD COMPUTING, FISHTALK & AKVA CONNECT - SOLUTIONS & AMBITIONS

In partnership with key customers, 

Students design autonomous containers to disrupt sea freight of aquaculture products

Along with eight other graduates, he has developed SEAtrue, 

DNV GL applies data analytics techniques to reduce downtime

“We’ve seen similar results in several other digitalization initiatives we’ve had lately. 

DNV GL and Siemens lead the way in asset lifecycle management for the oil and gas industry

In collaboration with Siemens, 

Eimskip strengthens its worldwide forwarding services by acquiring the logistics company SHIP-LOG A/S in Denmark

Eimskip has strengthened its position in worldwide logistics services by acquiring 75% of the freight forwarding company SHIP-LOG. 

For Sale Assets from the former BMV LAKSEVÄG YARD in Bergen, Norway!

For Sale Assets from the former BMV LAKSEVÄG YARD in Bergen, Norway! The entire shipbuilding and fabricating facility is closing and more than 500 lots is on sale.

Servogear CPP for Seasight II - Future of the Fjords

We are proud to announce that Servogear has been chosen for the delivery of Servogear...

TechnipFMC Signs Agreement with Pall to Supply Slurry Oil Filtration Systems for Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units

The associated activities will be managed by TechnipFMC Process Technology’s center in Houston,

10 Million kroner for verification funding

The Norwegian Research Council has granted 10 million...