Dedicated to healthcare
BERLIN-CHEMIE is an innovative, internationally operating drug manufacturer with a rich tradition. Since 1992, BERLIN-CHEMIE has belonged to the globally operating MENARINI Group, which has been the leader on the Italian pharmaceutical market for decades. The company, which was founded in Naples in 1886 and is headquartered in Florence, has over generations been developed into a globally operating, family-run pharmaceutical company. Within the MENARINI Group, BERLIN-CHEMIE is responsible for the pharmaceutical business in Germany, Eastern Europe and the CIS region. In addition, Berlin is one of the Group’s central research sites.
> 5,000 Employees
> 30 Markets
€ 1.7 Billion Sales
Dynamic growth, innovative medicinal products and a wealth of experience spanning several generations are trademarks of BERLIN-CHEMIE. In Berlin-Adlershof, our history dates back to the year 1890. Our employees are partly from families who have already been involved in the development, manufacture and marketing of medicinal products for five generations. We maintain a particularly close relationship with our head office in Berlin, to which we are wholeheartedly committed.
At the same time, we are a cosmopolitan company. Altogether, we employ more than 5,000 persons from over 70 nations. Furthermore, vocational training has been a tradition for many decades at BERLIN-CHEMIE and has been awarded multiple times by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. This diversity is one of our greatest strengths.
BERLIN-CHEMIE’s track record
In recent years, BERLIN-CHEMIE has achieved growth rates which have exceeded the development of the pharmaceutical market. This excellent result confirms the strategy of BERLIN-CHEMIE and MENARINI, which pursues especially the development of innovative medicinal products. In doing so, we place the greatest value on extensive training and on the quality of work of our scientific sales force. It is thanks to this continuous effort that BERLIN-CHEMIE enjoys an excellent reputation in the healthcare sector, especially with general practitioners and specialists.