Laboratorios Rubió skyrockets its sales. The Catalan pharmaceutical company closed the 2022 financial year with a turnover of €108.1 million, which translates into an increase of 40%. 70% of the income comes from the sale of its products in pharmacies; 12% are hospital products, while about 18% correspond to other sales channels. The forecast for this year is to grow 6.5%, according to Expansión.
The Catalan company closed 2022 with a profit of €5 million, which translates into an increase of 31.6%. Likewise, during the last fiscal year, the pharmaceutical company opened subsidiaries in the United States and Italy. The gross operating result (EBITDA) was €7.1 million, compared to €5.5 million in 2021.
Rubió’s own funds stood at €17.7 million, 35% more. Long-term debts with credit institutions increased to €27 million, 22% more, while short-term debts reached €5.7 million, equivalent to an increase of 42%.
The laboratory specializes in prescription products in different areas such as the digestive system, the central nervous system, nephrology, and cardiovascular. It also has diagnostic products and has recently entered the food supplements market.
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Laboratorios Rubió has 82% of its business in Spain
The pharmaceutical company entered the nutritional supplements market in 2021 when it acquired the Spanish Fisiopharma from its founders for an approximate price of €15 million.
Through Fisipharma, Rubió bought a business of this type of product from the Italian Seikou Strategics last year for €350,000. On the other hand, the laboratory also strengthened its diagnostic division last year with the purchase of Frentix Invest
Laboratorios Rubió has 82% of the business in Spain and the rest abroad, with commercial agreements in sixty countries. In this sense, it has accelerated international growth this year with the opening of a subsidiary in the United States with the company ACS-OWL to market the OWLiver diagnostic product. It also created the Rubió Nutraceuticals subsidiary in Italy to market probiotics.
Laboratorios Rubió, founded in 1968 by the brothers Salvador and Pelayo Rubió, has its headquarters in Castellbisbal (Barcelona). The company has a staff of 200 workers. Last year it invested €4.8 million in research and development (R&D), which represents 4.44% of turnover.
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