Pharmaplus Partners WWCVL to Improve Medicines Quality


Pharmaplus Nigeria Limited has recently partnered Worldwide Commercial Ventures Ltd (WWCVL) as the exclusive distributor of its products across the length and breadth of Nigeria.

Worldwide Commercial Ventures Limited (WWCVL) has built reputation over the years as the most trusted and organized one-stop solution for warehousing, supply chain, sales and marketing, logistics, transportation, port clearance and inventory management for Pharma products in Nigeria.


Pharmaplus Partners WWCVL to Improve Medicines Quality
Managing Director of Worldwide Commercial Ventures Ltd (WWCVL), Mr Santosh Kumar, presenting the partnership certificate to the Chairman and Founder of Pharmaplus Nigeria Ltd, Pharm. Ahmed I. Yakasai.

While Pharmaplus Nigeria Limited is an indigenous pharmaceutical company with specific objective of improving the health and wellbeing of people by providing high quality products and services in Nigeria and the whole of West African Sub-region.

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Speaking at the official partnership signing ceremony held at Worldwide Commercial Ventures Headquarters in Matori, Lagos, Nigeria, the Chairman and Founder of Pharmaplus, Pharm. Ahmed I. Yakasai said: “WWCVL has demonstrated competency and character in pharma distribution in Nigeria for years. Therefore, I want to appreciate your transparency, excellence and commitment to the development of the Pharmaceutical Sector in Nigeria. I believe this partnership will be of great benefit for both companies but most importantly for the patients, who are our major focus as a patient-centric company”.

The Managing Director of Worldwide Commercial Ventures Ltd (WWCVL), Mr Santosh Kumar reiterated the commitment of WWCVL, he opined: “Worldwide Commercial Ventures Ltd is committed to take quality medicines across Nigeria to serve patients’ needs. We believe in the leadership of Pharmaplus and we are delighted to have this partnership with Pharmaplus.

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He noted that Pharmaplus will join other multinationals and indigenous pharmaceutical companies that WWCVL distribute products for in Nigeria.

In attendance were Mr Sherring Thekekkara, group ceo, Worldwide Commercial Ventures Ltd; Pharm. Lucky Ubokor, superintendent pharmacist and head of regulatory affairs, WWCVL; Kartik Sunder, head, business development & trade channel marketing and Pharm. Sesan Kareem,  assistant general manager, Pharmaplus Nigeria Limited.


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