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SOFIA (Bulgaria), September 13 (SeeNews) - Bulgarian companies Sopharma Trading and Agarta-CM have signed two medical consumables delivery contracts worth a total of 4.45 million levs ($2.5 million/2.27 million euro) with Military Medical Academy hospital, the Sofia-based hospital said on Friday.
Agarta-CM has signed a 3.7 million levs deal with the hospital and Sopharma Trading signed a contract worth some 746,600 levs, Military Medical Academy said in a notice.
Both deals were signed on August 30. Sopharama Trading and Agarta-CM were the sole bidders in the two separate public procurement procedures.
The awarded companies are responsible for the delivery of medical consumables such as bandages and surgical instrument sets.
Sofia-based Agarta-CM, established in 1996, is active in the manufacturing and trade in medical and dental consumables. It is solely owned by private investor Tsenka Marinova and has a registered capital of 5,050 levs, according to commercial register data.
Sopharma Trading is a unit of local drug maker Sopharma [BUL:3JR].
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)