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香港醫藥經銷業協會有限公司
The Pharmaceutical Distributors Association of Hon
Tel : 2527 8898
香港灣仔軒尼詩道15號溫莎公爵社會服務大廈4樓
info@pdahk.hk
1.To promote and advance the interest, character, status and efficiency of the wholesale distribution of pharmaceutical and healthcare products and services
2. To promote the spirit and ethic of fair trade in the pharmaceutical and healthcare product wholesale business.
3. To promote and educate supply chain management in relation to pharmaceutical and healthcare product and services.
4. To enhance, promote and safeguard business interest of members in a professional and lawful manner.
​​ 5. To strengthen the relationship and develop mutual cooperation among members.
​​ 6. To advance and support innovations in technology and logistics in the wholesale business of pharmaceutical and healthcare products and services.
​ 7. To encourage and assist the relevant authorities to fight against counterfeits and importation of unregistered medicines.
​ ​8. To cooperate and affiliate with other bodies and organizations in the promotion of pharmaceutical and other allied health professions.
​​ 9. To represent the views of the pharmaceutical wholesale profession in all matters affecting the interests of the members of the Association.
​​ 10. To assist in the promotion or opposition of legislations affecting the distribution and sale of pharmaceutical and healthcare products and service.
​​ 11. To establish, maintain, conduct and provide club-houses, reading rooms, recreation rooms, refreshment rooms and other places of gathering and to afford accommodation for professional meetings and gatherings of all descriptions.
​​ 12. To furnish and maintain such house or building for use as an association and to permit the same to be used with or without payment or upon such terms as shall be agreed on and, if thought fit, to manage the affairs of the Association or any of them, and generally to do whatever may seem best to promote the interests of the Association.
​​ 13. To encourage and promote mutual welfare, good fellowship, charity, education, teaching, economics, commerce and industry among the members of the Association and between the members of the Association and the members of the general public.
​​ 14. To establish, conduct, operate and superintend school or schools and other educational institution or training centres and to provide such education free of charge or on moderate terms.
​​ 15. To establish, promote and maintain libraries, and reading and writing rooms, and to furnish the same with books, reviews, magazines, newspapers and other publications and issue, print or publish any publications, newspapers, periodicals, magazines, books, reports or leaflets as the Association may think desirable for the promotion of its objects.
​​ 16. To accept and receive any gift of property, donations, subscriptions, funds and bequests, whether subject to any special trust or not, for any one or more of the objects of the Association and to act as custodian, trustee or manager of all or any of such properties or funds.
17. To raise money by subscription or other lawful means for the purpose of any of the objects herein provided.
18. To apply or make representations to the Government for grants of land to the Association for the purpose of promoting education, recreation, entertainment and social welfare.
​19. To promote athletic games and other sports and held whether alone, or jointly with any other society, association, club or persons, meetings, competitions and matches for the playing of games of all kinds and to offer, give or contribute towards prizes, medals and awards therefore.
​​ 20. To buy, sell, prepare, make, supply, and deal in all kinds of provisions required or used by the members of the Association and other persons frequenting the Association premises.
​​ 21. To hire and employ and remunerate and from time to time, if thought fit, dismiss and replace with others such clerks teachers or servants or other employees as the Association may think fit and lawyers accountants surveyors or other professional or non-professional advisers or consultants as may be considered expedient.
​​ 22. To give pensions, gratuities, or charitable aid to any person who may have served the Association, or to the members of the general public; to make payments towards insurance; and contribute to provident and benefit funds for the benefit of any persons employed by the Association.
​​ 23. To establish, promote or assist in establishing or promoting, and to subscribe to, or become a member of, or amalgamate with, any other society or associations whose objects are similar or in part similar to the objects of the Association, or the establishment or promotion of which may be beneficial to the Association and the general public.
​​ 24. To purchase, take on lease, in exchange, hire or otherwise acquire any land, buildings, easements, rights or properties whether real or personal, which the Association may think necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Society.
​​ 25. To obtain vacant possession of any building or buildings on any land or lands belonging to the Association, to apply to any court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction for such purposes, to pay compensation therefore, to demolish the same and to lay out and prepare for building purposes any land or lands belonging to or in which the Association is interested, either as owners, lessees, contractors or otherwise.
​​ 26. To grant, sell, surrender, demise, let, transfer, yield up, improve, alter, develop, erect, construct, manage, lease, charge, mortgage, dispose of or otherwise deal with all or any part of the properties of the Association upon such terms as the Association may deem fit.
​ 27. To borrow any money required for the purposes of the Association upon such terms and on such securities as may be determined.
​ 28. To lend money to such persons, organisations or institutions on such terms as may seem expedientand to guarantee the performance of contracts by any such persons, organisations or institutions inconnection with the objects of the Association.
​​ 29. To invest and deal with the moneys of the Association not immediately required upon such securitiesor otherwise in such manner as may from time to time be determined.
​​ 30. To draw, make, accept, indorse, discount, execute and issue cheques, bills of exchange, and othernegotiable or transferable instruments.
​ 31. To do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the aboveobjects.
 
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