The Spanish laboratory Netpharmalab, dedicated to executing analytical services in the production processes of the pharmaceutical industry, has reached a turnover of €3 million in 2022, and anticipates an increase of 16% by 2023, up to €3.5 million, according to indicates the general director of the group, Sergio Arroyo.
Looking ahead to 2024, the company plans to continue increasing its turnover to €5 million. In 2022, the group has incorporated AGQ laboratories as the majority shareholder, an agreement through which the group will increase its international presence to 25 new markets.
Specifically, Netpharmalab performs microbiological monitoring tasks, endotoxin, water and physical-chemical analysis, galenic development, or stability studies. The company does not have its own manufacturing but rather supervises pharmacological processes. In addition, it has a line of academic development for companies in the industry.
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Netpharmalab plans to reach a turnover of €5 million in 2024
The company, which has 37 people on its staff, generates 80% of its turnover in the Spanish market and the remaining 20% in various international markets, including Germany, the United Kingdom, France, India, and China. Following the incorporation of AGQ, Netpharmalab plans to increase its international turnover by between 20% and 50%.
The company has maintained organic growth throughout its history. Netpharmalab was founded in 2017 in Madrid, “due to the absence of a company that offered these services in the center of Spain: we moved to Madrid something that was only done in Barcelona.”
By 2023, the group plans to increase its market in the development and analysis of inhalation pharmaceuticals, as well as to increase its biologics service capabilities.
The company generates 80% of its turnover in the Spanish market
Netpharmalab has more than 500 square meters of laboratory, divided between an area for physicochemical analysis and another area for microbiological analysis. In addition, it has a specific area for stability chambers and another for work in sterile conditions.
AGQ Labs, the company’s majority shareholder for just over a month, is a Sevillian technology laboratory that performs specialized analyzes in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, agri-food, mining, and energy, among others. The company entered €53 million in 2022.
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