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Famar Health Care Services

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Established in 1949 in Greece, Famar is one of Europe’s leading providers of Contract Manufacturing and Development Services to the Pharmaceutical and Health & Beauty industry. We will manufacture, pack and ship over 700 million packs in 2010.

Over the past years Famar has pursued a twofold strategy of aggressive growth and consolidation of our operations. The result has been a series of acquisitions in France, Italy, the Netherlands and Greece as well as a furthering of expansion and consolidation in existing markets. Today, Famar operates a network of 11 production sites, 3 pharmaceutical development units, 1 Health & Beauty R&D unit, and 3 distribution centers, in 4 European countries. We offer pharmaceutical production, pharmaceutical development, health and beauty R&D and production, as well as logistics services to a client base of over 145 global, multinational and local customers.

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Famar Health Care Services
63, Ag. Demetriou Str. 174 56 Alimos Athens GREECE

Tel: +30 210 98 98 500
Fax: +30 210 98 88 800
Email: info@famar.gr



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