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ITEMS is an independent logistic service provider, focused on healthcare products (pharmaceuticals, medical devices&equipments, food additives, cosmetics, veterinary medicine). A separate division is providing document storage services. All the facilities are located within Moscow city.


ITEMS today: your supply chain partner

  • Operating successfully for over 20 years.
  • Warehousing, customs clearance, certification, transport and document storage services.
  • Long-term relationships with leading global healthcare manufacturers and Russian top-level companies from different business areas.
  • Appropriate conditions for handling temperature-sensitive, high-tech and valuable goods.
  • Separate facilities dedicated for document storage.
  • Automatic electricity back-up system covering key activities.
  • 25000 pallets of warehouse space.
  • Moscow Location.
  • On-site certification centers and testing laboratories.
  • Providing logistic solutions for any type of business models.

ITEMS’ strategy is oriented on developing and maintaining long-term relationships with residents and non-residents, who are looking to enter the Russian market, or to expand or retain their market positions through a reliable partner. Primarily, ITEMS’ core capabilities are developed to render services to pharmaceutical manufacturers and importers segment. ITEMS provides comprehensive logistics support, possessing all the substantial competencies - hence making it possible to cope with any requirements in a way that, working together, tackle specific distribution tasks, ensuring tailoring, individual support and high efficiency of logistic solutions in the turbulent environment.

One of ITEMS’ competitive advantages is adaptability, supported by learning and experience of our personnel - as a result of appreciation of doing business in turbulent and uncertain environment. ITEMS’ consulting and legal support is vital to companies trying to enter the Russian healthcare market or, obtaining strong positions, having to face challenges of market-specific legislation, particularly concerning regulatory changes or business practices.

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