Albania's Public Private Partnerships

Find out contracts, concession companies and funding sources

Database of concession projects and Public Private Partnerships signed by the Albanian government during the period 2004-2020.

Free Check Up Health Service

The Public Private Partnership Agreement on Basic Health Control, widely known as ‘chech-up’ is an initiative undertaken by the Ministry of Health and Social Protection. This service includes the collection and performance of blood, urine and fecal analysis for the entire population aged 45-60 years in collaboration with the primary health care service with a term of 10 years, starting from 2015, with a minimum annual cost of 876 million ALL. Under the contract, the company undertook to build a network of 20 medical laboratories, which were to perform tests for 475,000 patients a year.

3P Life Logistic
Company Description
The company was established in 2014 with a basic capital of 30 million lek under the ownership of Marketing & Distribution 80% and TRIMED, 20%.
  • Marketing & Distributon - aksioner 80% e 3P Life Logistic
  • TRIMED - aksioner 20 % e 3P Life Logistic
Related Persons and Entities
  • Vilma Nushi, 100% shareholder of Marketing & Distribution
  • Gentian Peshkatari, administrator and 10 % shareholder of TRIMED
  • Endrit Hido,  50 % shareholder of TRIMED
  • Shani Peposhi, 40 % shareholder of TRIMED