Servier’s medicines are prescribed in over 150 countries. The Group’s strategy of establishing local operations enables it to offer therapeutic solutions adapted to the specific characteristics of each country.
Servier is the second largest French pharmaceutical Group. In France, the Group has its headquarters, two production sites (98% of active ingredients of Servier brand-name medicines are manufactured in France), two R&D centers and an International Center for Therapeutic Research (ICTR).
With this strong local footprint, the Group has a significant industrial and economic impact through its research and production activities. The creation of the future Servier Research & Development Institute in Paris-Saclay confirms its ongoing commitment to local economic development and to supporting the attractiveness of French research.
Servier has 15 International Centers for Therapeutic Research (ICTRs) located in strategic countries around the world. Their role is to conduct local clinical studies in the Group’s therapeutic areas. These ICTRs are run by highly qualified internal teams who share the same values and the same high standards. Servier’s international research plays a fundamental role in the development of its product portfolio. Another advantage is that it facilitates the creation of partnerships with local stakeholders.
As part of its innovation strategy, the Group is progressively implementing a network for external innovation throughout the world. The goal? To identify the best opportunities for research partnerships, licensing agreements, and acquisitions with the largest biomedical and life sciences innovation centers. Servier currently has three representative offices, one in Boston in the United States, another in Beijing in China and in France.