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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.
Borregaard focuses on core capabilities. This allows us to be highly competitive while meeting the demands of the modern pharmaceutical industry.
We pride ourselves on our transparency and commitments to our customers, many of whom have been with us since we started. We believe this is proof of our excellent customer service and high, and consistent quality products. It inspires us to continue to strive for improvement.
Our core products
Borregaard ensures customer loyalty with a tightly controlled manufacturing process that yields stable, high-quality products.
Our pharmaceutical intermediates mainly serve the contrast media market though we hold supply positions to other demanding areas.
Our products can be delivered in volumes and packaging tailored to your needs. However, you may prefer delivery in ISO containers as these can be heat regulated and ensure the stability of our products.
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