Operating in the country’s healthcare industry for 35 years, the pharmaceutical company Polifarma has been accepted to the government-supported national brand building program Turquality. “Our breakthroughs will accelerate on international markets with the support of Turquality,” said Vildan Kumrulu, Vice Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Polifarma. The company increased the number of branded export countries from 46 to 57 in the last year. “Globally, we experienced heavy demand, particularly in anesthesia products, because of the pandemic and delivered to the world after we met domestic needs,” said Kumrulu. Polifarma currently exports to the South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Far Eastern countries. The company aims to become the country’s largest pharmaceutical exporter.