Orifarm ramps up growth plans following USD 703m acquisition

In a just few years, Orifarm has become one of Denmark’s biggest pharmaceutical firms. The company is now on a hunt for new acquisitions.

Erik Sandberg, CEO of Orifarm | Photo: PR /Orifarm

A historical acquisition for no less than DKK 4.6bn (USD 703m) was the beginning of a growth journey for Danish pharmaceutical firm Orifarm – but the adventure is far from over.

The purchase has catapulted Orifarm to the upper echelons of Danish pharmaceutical companies, and company CEO Erik Sandberg is now looking towards 2025.

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