Meet buyers from the Algerian, Tunisian & Moroccan Pharmaceutical Industry
MAGHREB PHARMA consistently attracts the region's top manufacturers and distributors, providing the perfect platform to engage with those otherwise hard-to-meet decision-makers. Here are the top job titles of the visitors :
CEO / VP / Managing Director / Owners: 25 %
Senior Manager (supervising a team): 37 %
Middle Manager (non-supervising): 11 %
Other (pharmacists, lab staff, technicians): 24 %
Visitors come from these geographical areas:
· Ivory Coast
Key facts about the North African pharmaceutical industry:
Strong incentives from the Algerian authorities to develop local pharmaceutical production (currently 45% locally produced, the governmental objective is to reach 75 % by 2022.) and promote technology and knowledge transfer.
140 manufacturing investments for the construction of new plants in Algeria divided as follows (source: Algerian Ministry of Health):
75 medicine factories projects
32 medtech factories projects
13 antiseptic factories projects
3 dental products factories projects
6 chemical reagents factories projects
3 medical gases factories projects
8 packaging factories projects
A mature and dynamic industry in Morocco that invests more than 30 million EUR each year in equipments and investment to develop its production and development capacities.
A fast growing industry in Tunisia that produces 47% of its needs locally and offers strong incentives to investors in the pharmaceutical field to grow this number.
Low availability in the whole of North Africa of products and services suppliers, creating a nationwide issue of supply chain management for APIs, reagents and equipments, and therefore creating drug shortages.