Camber Pharmaceuticals, the American subsidiary of parent company Hetero Labs, has had a busy 2020 and 2021. As it comes off a year and a half of intense work, largely spurred by the need to keep operating and supplying medicine throughout the pandemic, Camber is continuing to grow its portfolio. Drug Store News caught up with Kon Ostaficiuk, president of Camber, to find out how the company has navigated COVID-19 and what is coming down the pike.
Camber Consumer Care has recently introduced several new products to our growing portfolio of allergy, pain, and gastroenterology products including, loratadine, omeprazole and polyethylene glycol. Our mission is to provide a focused and reliable supply of over-the-counter drugs to the marketplace, creating value for our partners and savings for the consumer. Our vision is to become a strategic supplier to retailers demanding a quality-driven, reliable, and responsive OTC store-brand source.
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DSN: How is Camber helping partners and patients?
KO: Camber helps customers and patients in many ways, but one of the most important, is to mitigate risk in the supply chain and keep a consistent flow of products to maintain critical service levels. The way Camber mitigates risks to customers is a multi-faceted approach that includes the total efforts of our entire organization. Our track record shows that we have been very successful in that regard.
Camber’s risk management approach includes:
• Anticipating potential problems;
• Promoting transparent communication with our customers;
• Maintaining a strong supply chain and safety inventory;
• Providing unparalleled customer service ; and
• Evaluating results and constantly improving our processes.
Camber goes the extra mile to understand the dynamics and concerns facing our customers and their patients. From sales to finance, from customer service to supply chain, the people of Camber foster high-touch relationships across all departments of your organization. Camber is committed to customer service and continuous supply.