The current market practice makes a distinction between different functionally separated types of pharmaceutical wholesalers' activities, including:
- A contract wholesaler – i.e. a wholesaler performing activities at the request of the owner of medicinal products;
- A manufacturer wholesaler – i.e. a wholesaler dedicated exclusively to trading in a small amount of drugs of a specific manufacturer often acting as an independent part of a larger wholesale complex;
- A logistic operator – i.e. a wholesaler that provides comprehensive wholesale services at the request of product owners outside the country, including services related to acting as ordered in public tenders, etc.;
- A commissioner - a wholesaler that is not the owner of the goods yet conducts the trade and invoices product prices on its own behalf;
- A collector – a wholesaler undertaking activities in the field of financial flows at the request of the seller of goods.
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