CHAPPER healthcare a trading name of Philip Chapper & Company
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Welcome to CHAPPER healthcare

Our history

Philip Chapper & Company (now trading as CHAPPER healthcare) was set up by qualified pharmacist, Philip Chapper, in 1975. Over the past 45 years the company has grown quickly and now supplies clients in over 60 countries and operates from 2 purpose built UK warehouses with additional hubs in Europe. The team are experts at sourcing products, consolidating orders and organising shipments no matter what the destination.


1975 Philip Chapper opens his retail pharmacy and starts internationally supplying pharmaceuticals

1991 First warehouse opened

2006 New Headquarters in Watford

2007 Additional warehouse acquired

2013 Jonathan Chapper joins as COO & Legal Counsel

2015 Celebrated 40 Years in business. New marketing resource added

2016 Philip Chapper becomes Chairman & Jonathan Chapper appointed CEO. New Sales structure and resources.

2017 Business rebranded to CHAPPER healthcare

2018 Warehouse hubs introduced in Belgium & Netherlands

2019 Warehousing in Germany finalised

2020 Chapper healthcare celebrates 45 years in business. warehousing in Ireland finalised

2021 US warehousing and capabilities developed

“The people in CHAPPER healthcare are dedicated to their work and prompt in their response. The staff go the extra mile to procure difficult-to-get items for us.”
Leading global pharmaceuticals distributor

“It is always an absolute pleasure working with the staff at CHAPPER healthcare. I found my contact person to be a true professional who values and preserves our relationship and clearly demonstrates his skills in comprehensive sourcing and supplying pharmaceutical products. They always find time to assist me when I need to draw upon their pharmaceutical knowledge. I am very happy to continue to work with CHAPPER healthcare in the future.”

Purchaser, major pharmaceutical wholesaler, Northern Europe

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