We sell parallel imported medicines within different therapeutic areas to pharmacies and hospitals in the Nordic countries.
Parallel import of medicines means import of medicines into an EU/EEA country from another country within EU/EEA. Parallel imports are based on the principle of free movement of goods across borders within EU/EEA.
All parallel imported medicines are repacked with new labels and new patient leaflets in the local language.
Before medicines can be sold, it needs to be approved by the national medicines regulatory authority or EMA (European Medicines Agency) who ensure quality and safety of the medicines.
Parallel imports create competition and ensure patients access to cheaper medicines.