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Animal health tender won

FMCG SUPPLIER NEWS

Business Report - Jun 3rd 2011, 12:14

Cipla Agrimed, an animal health company, won a tender last month to supply all the nine provinces with several animal health products. Jerome Smith, the chief executive of holding firm Cipla Medpro, said yesterday. 

“The… annual sales resulting from this tender could be as much as R50 million and it is the first time that a new entrant has been able to secure a major part of this tender,” he sai.

The contract is for two years. In total, 12 items consisting of seven different types of livestock products were allocated to Cipla Agrimed.  

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