In 2017, the INNOTHERA group's consolidated sales were 181 million euros.
The Laboratoire INNOTECH International subsidiary, specialising in pharmaceuticals and international distribution, achieved sales of nearly 122 million euros in 2017, including its Russian subsidiary's sales.
Laboratoires INNOTHERA, which operates mainly in the French venous compression market, has sales of over 49 million euros.
CLEANIS, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the group which markets hygiene and protection products, had sales of some 10 million euros in 2017.
Between 2009 and 2016, the INNOTHERA group invested €46m overall, chiefly in its factories in France and information systems, outside R&D
For its worldwide growth, the group knows it can count on the skills of its thousand-strong workforce from a wide range of backgrounds, some 730 of whom are employed in France.
Despite stiff economic and regulatory constraints in the health sector, the independent INNOTHERA group, thanks to its healthy financial position and international growth prospects in the fields of pharmaceutical products, medical compression and smart health textiles on the one hand, and hygiene and protection products on the other, can continue to face the future with confidence.
In a nutshell
- Three main branches
- Laboratoires INNOTHERA for medical compression and smart health textiles
Laboratoire INNOTECH International for pharmaceutical products
CLEANIS for hygiene and protection products
- 2017 SALES: €181m
- 122M€ in the pharmaceutical branch
49M€ in medical compression and smart health textiles
10M€ in hygiene and protection products
- Number of employees
- Over 1,200 people, 730 in France
- TWO FACTORIES
For the manufacture of pharmaceutical products in the Loir-et-Cher region.
For medical devices and smart health textiles in the Vosges region
The INNOTHERA Group belongs to the LEEM group of pharmaceutical companies, SNITEM, a trade association representing the medical device and healthcare ICT industries, the MEDICEN Paris Region competitiveness cluster, and TECHTERA, the innovation cluster for textile and flexible materials.