Dynamic Argon, Co., Ltd., (DAC) is improving distribution services for pharmaceutical products by expanding its business by adding one more branch office in Cambodia. The new DAC branch located in the city of Kampong Cham that will cover the consumers in 9 areas on the Mekong Side and Mountain Side.
The grand launching of the Kampong Cham branch has been held on February 18th, 2023 which was attended by the President Director of Argon Group, Mr. Krestijanto Pandji; Co-Founder of Dynamic Group, Mr. Tom Kimson and Mr. Chan Huy Luong; the Chairman of DAC, Mr. Budi Lim along with other DAC management and staff. Kampong Cham is the third branch of DAC after the branches in the cities of Phnom Penh and Battambang.
"With the expansion of a new branch office and also a warehouse of DAC in Kampong Cham, we can provide better distribution services and reach a wider range of our customers in the Mountain Side and Mekong Side areas," said Mr. Lim.
DAC hoped that the new Kampong Cham branch will increase the trust of principals and grow the opportunity for more new principals in Cambodia.
"This is a milestone for DAC in improving services and operations in Cambodia. With its end-to-end competencies, from distribution to sales and marketing activities, it is hoped that DAC can fulfill the medical needs of the people of Cambodia," said Mr. Tom.
Dynamic Argon, Co., Ltd. is a joint venture between Argon Group, a holding company of pharmaceutical, medical device, and health products distribution in Indonesia and Dynamic Group, a Cambodia origin company. The venture was meant to establish a modern pharmacy distribution company, with international standards in good distribution practices, to fulfill the medical needs of the people of Cambodia.
“With more than 42 years of experience in the health and pharmaceutical industries, Argon Group strengthens its business portfolio by expanding more area coverage in Cambodia. This will not only have a positive impact on business relations, but also the diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Cambodia," said Mr. Pandji.