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Boehringer Ingelheim Invests 62 Million Euros in R&D&i in Spain, 36% More

Boehringer Ingelheim Spain significantly increased its R&D&I investment to 62.7 million euros, up 36% from the previous year, representing 11.5% of net sales. Their human health division focuses on six therapeutic areas, while the animal health division offers vaccines and treatments. The company plans to allocate 93.4 million euros for a new production platform and has made substantial investments in production plants.



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Boehringer Ingelheim Spain has increased its investment in research, development and innovation (R&D&I) to 62.7 million euros in the last year. This represents a growth of 36% compared to the previous year, when the company disbursed 46.1 million euros in this concept.

These data represent 11.5% of the net sales of the prescription pharmaceutical products segment, the Boehringer Ingelheim says in a statement.

At the moment, the company’s human health division focuses on six main therapeutic R&D areas: cardio, renal and metabolic (CRM) diseases, oncology, respiratory diseases, immunological diseases, mental health and retinal health. For its animal health division, Boehringer prevents and treats diseases in animals, offering a range of vaccines, dewormers and medications for companion animals, horses, as well as production animals.

The company has two strategic international pharmaceutical production plants in Spain for injectables and orals, on the one hand, and, on the other, the center for the manufacturing and packaging of its Respimat device for respiratory diseases.

Boehringer Ingelheim plans to allocate 93.4 million euros until 2027 for a new technological production platform

In the last seven years, the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim has made investments worth 224.5 million euros in these production plants, from which it exports to more than eighty countries . Boehringer plans to allocate 93.4 million euros from 2024 to 2027 for a new technological production platform.

In the same national headquarters, the company has two units dedicated exclusively to R&D, as well as three international hubs : IT Hub, the Global Digital Services Hub and the Regulatory Affairs Hub.

“From Spain we have shown our relevance as a strategic site for the group at a global level, being the fourth country with the highest number of clinical trials of the corporation and the third with the most oncology trials,” declared Peter Ploeger, general director of Boehringer Ingelheim in the country.


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