MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Nov. 13, 2017 GBT-Grupo Biotoscana (B3: GBIO33), a leading biopharmaceutical company in Latin
The operation was closed at a price of USD29.9M. (approx. BRL 100M).
"Today's announcement is an important milestone for us, as GBT continues to advance its strategic agenda and consolidates its position as the first pan-Latin American advanced medicines company," said Mariano GarcíaValiño, Chief Executive Officer of the group. "The acquisition will enhance GBT's product portfolio, add further in-house R&D and manufacturing capabilities, strengthen our product renewal pipeline and provide us with a new platform for growth and geographic expansion."
"The combination with GBT will help DOSA reach a number of key countries where the companies' products have significant potential" said Carlos Estevez, Chief Executive Officer of DOSA. "We will also have the opportunity to introduce GBT and DOSA products to each other's markets and customers."
Severe pulmonary diseases are one of the fastest-growing segment of the global pharmaceutical sector, according to a recent study by Allied Market Research. GBT will seek to capitalize on this significant opportunity by further expanding its regional footprint and diversifying its product portfolio through in-licensing and proprietary R&D.
About GBT-Grupo Biotoscana
GBT-Grupo Biotoscana (GBT) is a biopharmaceutical group that operates in the fast-growing Latin American region and focuses on rapidly growing market segments such as infectious diseases, oncology and onco-hematology, special treatments, immunology and inflammation and orphan/rare diseases, among others. GBT is currently present throughout 10 Latin American countries where it operates under its companies Biotoscana, United Medical and LKM. GBT's strong portfolio combines world-class licenses and proprietary products. To find out more, please visit www.grupobiotoscana.com.
Forward-Looking Statements (GBT)
This release includes forward-looking statements concerning the transaction. GBT disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statement, except as required by applicable law.
Contacts:GBT - Grupo BiotoscanaMelissa Angelini+55 11 5090 5927 [email protected]
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