More than 40 years ago, Normon began to export its products worldwide. Nowadays, its cross-border commercial activity is essential in the growth of the company. Normon continues to consolidate its international expansion project by seeking and strengthening new markets to commercialize its medicinal products and also by licensing and manufacturing for other companies.
Normon currently collaborates in more than 90 countries; it includes most of European countries, with license, manufacturing and distribution agreements. It has a strong presence in Central and South America, and it is in the process of introducing its products in the USA, (the manufacturing plant having already been approved by the US state agency, FDA), Canada and Mexico.
Likewise, Normon markets its products in many countries within the African continent and Middle East countries, and it is also consolidating its expansion project in Asia, an area with a high potential market. Normon is also present in Australia and New Zealand.
The value of quality (R&D and innovation, Quality Assurance)
Normon has achieved certification in Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), in accordance with Directive 2004/9/EC with regards to the development of new products, as well as the certification in Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
The Quality Assurance Department is another pillar on which Normon is built. Normon has achieved ISO 9001 Quality Management Certification and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Certification in the Design, Manufacturing and Distribution of pharmaceutical products. ISO 9001:2008 certification is proof of the quality, safety and reliability of Normon’s products.
It is also a recognition of its work, commitment and ability to meet the needs and expectations of its customers and employees, as well as an indicator of the company’s firm commitment to the planning, control and continuous improvement of quality management.
Additionally, ISO 14001:2004 certification demonstrates Normon’s initiative in the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate environmental management system to ensure that its activities and actions in the design, manufacture and distribution of pharmaceutical products have a minimal impact on the environment. Furthermore, Normon also has the ISO 13485:2003 for the Production, Sale and Distribution of medical devices.