Ferrer

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Ferrer is an international pharmaceutical company, headquartered in Barcelona with a presence in more than 90 countries. Our mission is to advance the wellbeing of society. We make our contribution through the pharmaceutical, health, fine chemicals and food sectors. Global reach Since the early 70s, Ferrer has gone from being one of the leading Spanish pharmaceutical companies to having an important international presence. Now, through a network of affiliates, joint ventures and partnerships, our products can be purchased from San Francisco to Seoul and from Berlin to Buenos Aires. Innovation for life: In Ferrer, we discover, research and develop medicines, diagnostics, vaccines, fine chemicals, food and feed. This commitment, put into practice every day across our R&D centres in Spain and abroad, has been recognised with the highest possible rating by the Spanish government's Profarma assessment system. Diversified healthcare: Ferrer operates across the entire healthcare spectrum. Prescription drugs, hospital equipment, molecular diagnostics, vaccines, over-the-counter remedies, dermo cosmetics, nutritional supplements: we offer a wide range of products meeting the highest scientific standards.

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