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Pharmaceutical Intermediates Private

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Pharmaceutical Intermediates

Borregaard has manufactured fine chemicals for pharmaceutical companies worldwide for more than fifty years. Our production capacity and strong market position are continuously improving, allowing us to keep up with market demands.

Our core expertise is in contrast media and advanced pharmaceutical intermediates. The opportunities our products bring to the market are endless.

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