Key move. Georgi Roussev has been appointed general director of Europharm Distributie


Georgi Roussev has been appointed general director of Europharm Distributie (EPH), as the company has been integrated into Interbrands Marketing & Distribution (IBR).  EPH remains a company within IBR and its role is not changes: EPH will continue to operate as one of the most important players on the pharma distribution market, offering clients and […]

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