September 16, 2020

Logista Pharma continues to drive its growth in pharmaceutical distribution to Hospitals and Pharmacies.


Schwabe Farma Ibérica is the result of the merger between DHU Ibérica and Schwabe Farma Ibérica, a subsidiary of the German pharmaceutical group Dr. Willmar Schwabe GmbH & Co. KG, the world's largest research, development and marketing company for phytopharmaceuticals and self-care products.

Based in Kalrsruhe (Germany) and more than 150 years old, it is present worldwide, in the five continents and its products are available in more than 60 countries, including for example United Kingdom, France, Italy or Russia.

The Group is a world leader in phytopharmaceuticals and focuses on several therapeutic areas: central nervous system, respiratory and gastroenterology, food supplements, focusing on a wide range of probiotics and cosmetic products aimed at baby care.

Logista Pharma, through the agreement reached, will carry out the distribution of the products in Spain.  The aspects that Schwabe has most valued in Logista Pharma have been its capabilities as an integrated solutions partner, its confidence in its experience in the pharmacy channel and Logista Pharma's flexibility in adapting its wide range of services to Schwabe's needs.

LOGISTA PHARMA, a Logista company, is the Pharmaceutical Distributor specialized in Hospitals and Pharmacies, in Spain and Portugal, having the widest range of services to cover all the needs of pharmaceutical and Healthcare products. Logista Pharma currently works with more than 200 client laboratories.

LOGISTA PHARMA relies on the transport companies of Logista, Nacex, Integra2 and Logesta, for the distribution of pharmaceutical products, ensuring full operational integration, physical and thermal traceability in real time, with the highest quality standards and the use of state-of-the-art information systems.

Logista is the leading distributor of products and services to local businesses (kiosks, service stations, pharmacies, hospitals, tobacconists, etc.) in southern Europe, reaching around 300,000 points of sale in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal, thus facilitating the best and fastest access to the market for all types of products.