Orifarm expands headquarters following huge acquisition

Last year’s multimillion-euro deal with Takeda increased the employee count by 600 heads at pharmaceutical organization Orifarm. This, and ongoing growth plans, meant the company decided to expand its headquarters with the addition of a 6,600 square meter building.

Orifarm has begun work on a new, four-story building, located on the street from where the company has operated for 21 years | Photo: Orifarm / PR

It is now exactly two years since pharmaceutical organization Orifarm announced the acquisition of 110 drugs from Japanese firm Takeda for EUR 615m, a deal that was officially completed in March last year.

The record-breaking takeover, which included two Takeda factories, one in Danish city Hobro and another in Łyszkowice, Poland, catapulted family owned Orifarm to the upper echelons of Danish pharmaceutical companies – both financially and in terms of the market.

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