Scrip Asia 100 - Our selected marketing/distribution player
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Zuellig Pharma began its services as a healthcare distribution specialist in Asia more than 60 years ago. Although headquartered in Hong Kong, the company has offices across 15 Asian countries and around 10,000 employees. Zuellig is an investor in Invida, a commercialisation services company also featured in the Scrip Asia 100 list of influential organisations.
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