Bavarian is still open for contract production – but in-house projects come first

Bavarian Nordic began branding itself as a potential contract manufacturer in 2019, but the company hasn’t said a word about it since. Today, CFO Henrik Juuel keeps the door open for contracts in the future – just not right now.

Photo: Bavarian Nordic / PR

While planning new production facilities in the small Danish town of Kvistgård, some 40 kilometers north of Copenhagen, biotech firm Bavarian Nordic launched a new website in full secrecy in 2019.

”CDMO services focused on bringing vaccines to market,” says the large banner across Bavarian’s ”new” website (CDMO stands for ”contract development and manufacturing organization”).

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