NEW YORK, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Distributionon the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2011. Comparative analysis of Poland, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bulgaria
Distribution on the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2010 offers the latest news and data, along with Comparative analysis of Poland, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bulgaria. This second-edition document is targeted toward professionals with interests in pharmaceutical distribution in any of the covered countries. It reports on wholesale and pharmacy distribution and the online and non-pharmacy sectors. Analysis of each sector's size, value and regulatory environment is enhanced by details on market leaders.
This report investigates on-the-ground realities of wholesale pharmaceutical distribution in these six CE countries – including data on total numbers of companies, areas where most wholesaler warehouse facilities are located and comparison of conditions in each country and between the four main sectors. Those who purchase this report also receive an updated Excel document containing complete, actionable data on top wholesalers.
Pharmacy distribution coverage topics include: totals of retail pharmacies in each country- with attention to those operating as part of a regional chain, the foremost chains in Central Europe, and key areas of retail pharmacy access by population. Specific country findings are then examined side by side for similarities and contrasts to benefit readers searching for areas with the greatest room for opportunity.
Non-pharmacy sales of medicines and other products are investigated, with current and projected regulatory environments as a major focus. Internet and mail order outlets are compared to standard retail stores in number, sales value and coverage area.
Trends are explored in terms of profitability in each of the main market sectors. The entire region is compared in terms of the subtle and obvious differences in these six countries of variable demographics, legal systems and economic situations. Distribution on the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2010 is the only business information publication required for competitive analysis, strategic planning, new business establishment and expansion in each of these countries.
Table of contents:
I. Report methodology p. 11
II. Executive summary p. 15
III. Main trends and events in the distribution segment 2009-2013 p. 23
Poland p. 23
Romania p. 28
Hungary p. 33
Czech Republic p. 35
Slovakia p. 37
Bulgaria p. 38
IV. Wholesale distribution p. 41
Poland p. 41
Romania p. 54
Hungary p. 70
Czech Republic p. 77
Slovakia p. 87
Bulgaria p. 97
Comparative analysis of wholesale distribution in Central Europe p. 107
V. Pharmacy distribution p. 111
Poland p. 111
Romania p. 120
Hungary p. 133
Czech Republic p. 137
Slovakia p. 145
Bulgaria p. 151
Comparative analysis of pharmacy distribution in Central Europe p. 155
VI. Non-pharmacy distribution p. 159
Poland p. 159
Romania p. 161
Hungary p. 161
Czech Republic p. 162
Slovakia p. 165
Bulgaria p. 165
Comparative analysis of non-pharmacy distribution in Central Europe p. 166
VII. Online distribution p. 167
Poland p. 167
Romania p. 171
Hungary p. 172
Czech Republic p. 173
Slovakia p. 175
Bulgaria p. 177
Comparative analysis of online distribution in Central Europe p. 177
VIII. List of graphs p. 179
IX. Lisy of tables p. 185
X. About PMR p. 187
XI. Contact PMR p. 188
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Pharmacies and Drug Stores Industry: Distribution on the pharmaceutical market in Central Europe 2011. Comparative analysis of Poland, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Bulgaria
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