The Russian company from Novosibirsk region is active in production and development of pharmaceuticals and hygiene products using innovative technology (wound care products, baby powder, hygienic powder). The company is looking for partners under the distribution services agreement.
The company was established in 2014. The Russian company from Novosibirsk region is active in production and development of pharmaceuticals and hygiene products for the skin based on an innovative double-action sorbent. The company specializes in the production of the following products: 1. Wound-healing remedy with silver and lithium. 2. Baby powder with beggarticks and chamomile. 3. Hygienic feet powder with camphor, mint, menthol, boric acid and silver. 4. Hygienic anti-acne powder with copper and zinc. 5. Hygienic powder to combat bedsores and diaper rash. The products use an innovative sorbent, which absorbs all the pollution. The company is interested in finding partners from the sphere of healthcare (health and rehabilitation centers, cosmetic companies, trade companies) to conclude distribution services agreement. In the framework of distribution services agreement a partner orders company’s products or raw materials for next selling. Company provides partner with its products or raw materials.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
Type of partner: SME’s, large companies. Field of activity: health and rehabilitation centers, cosmetic companies, trade companies. Partner's role: - In the framework of distribution services agreement a partner orders company’s products.
Stage of Development:
Already on the market
Comments Regarding Stage of Development:
Products presented on the market. The company's products have a declaration of compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union 009/2011 "On the safety of perfumes and cosmetics". Baby powder with chamomile and a string has a certificate of state registration. In addition, certification is planned for wounds as a medical device.