We successfully completed a research of the Russian Veterinary Pharmaceuticals & Animal Nutrition and Food Supplements market for a European supplier of these goods.
The main task of this market report was quantify the market by providing an overview of the market’s major parameters such as market volume and size, growth rates and the impact of the economic crisis. Another important part of the project was to investigate the competitive environment, which amongst other information contains overviews of 22 major local and foreign manufacturers identified during the research. We have summarised the data collected during our research into the major players on the animal nutrition and food supplements market, in both the agricultural animals and domestic pets segments, in total 17 company profiles of the major manufacturers are included in the report. We also analysed the routes to the Russian veterinary pharmaceuticals market used by the major manufacturers who have been successfully selling in Russia. The Russian veterinary pharmaceuticals, animal nutrition and food supplements market is strongly regulated by the state, the importation requires previous product certification for the majority of products and other sorts of permits; detailed information on the subject including a list of products for which certification is mandatory, an overview of state authorities involved in the process and other useful details are provided in the study. Our report also included an overview of the retail market for animal nutrition and food supplements, provided a description of the major retail channels, the structure of the animal nutrition/food supplements retail trade and other useful market information. We have also analysed the supply of animal health products for farms and provided a summary of our findings including general information regarding the type of farms that are major customers of the industry and the structure of overall animal health consumption by type of farms, general country statistics on the number of heads within the major types of farms and also we researched the supply to farms using actual sales data of one of the largest local producers. We have also provided a list and company profiles of potential distributors for animal pharmaceuticals and for animal nutrition products and food supplements. Each of the listed companies has been contacted by our team in Russia in order to verify contact details of a person who can be contacted in English by foreign animal health products manufacturers regarding possible co-operation.