Trusted pharmaceutical distributor to global markets since 1975

CHAPPER healthcare – a leading global specialist pharmaceutical wholesaler, distributor and services provider

Strategic pharmaceutical manufacturer partnerships

We value the relationships which we have with our partners in pharmaceutical manufacturing and work with them to facilitate their entry into the UK and new overseas markets utilising our established and robust network and expertise in the international healthcare sector.

We are also able to offer warehousing, Third Party Logistics and importation services to pharmaceutical manufacturers.

See our case studies for more information on how we have worked with different partners through different types of pharmaceutical partnerships.

We are always interested in building new manufacturer partnerships. If you would like to find out more, please click on the link here.

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Who we support

A word from our CEO

CHAPPER healthcare is a leading global pharmaceutical wholesaler and distributor of pharmaceuticals, specialising in importing and exporting pharmaceuticals to markets across the globe since 1975.

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Solutions for Wholesalers / Healthcare Providers – case studies

Export of products licensed in the country of origin but not in the importing country. Supply for market shortages,
named patients and managed access programmes.

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Solutions for Manufacturers – case studies

We offer a range of services for pharmaceutical manufacturers, ranging from full export solutions to specialist supply to designated markets & patients. Services include, but are not limited to, exclusive supply and distribution services, warehousing, third party logistics, clinical trials supply, Early Access Programmes and importation services, including Responsible Person Import (RPi).

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Meeting Needs – White Paper

Please click HERE to download a copy of our white paper – Meeting needs: making a big difference to small patient populations.