ESTEVE ANNOUNCES A RESTRUCTURING OF ITS PHARMACEUTICAL ACTIVITY
Esteve Pharmaceuticals submits a reduction in force (RIF) which will affect 103 jobs in Spain
Esteve Pharmaceuticals, the society that brings the Groups pharmaceutical activity together, has announced the submission of a reduction in force (RIF) in Spain that will involve the termination of maximum 103 jobs out of the 1,290 people currently employed by this company (7% of staff).
The changes in the competitive environment where the Group develops its three major activities pharma, chemistry and generics have greatly affected the Groups profitability and sustainability. The limited frowth of the Spanish pharmaceutical market, the need for high investment to further the development of the products presently in clinical phases or the impacts on its US subsidiary due to the delay in new product authorization by the FDA have significantly eroded the companys operating margins. This hard, yet thoughtful decision meets the objective of adapting the dimension of Esteve Pharmaceuticals to the new market situation.
At this time, the Companys responsible persons have already entered into negotiations with the employees representatives with the will to reach an agreement as satisfactory as possible to both parties.
This decision was made after drastic austerity measures were taken to reduce expenses and investment and after the implementation of other measures in all ESTEVE activities (early retirements and elimination of temporary employment) in an attempt to stop and recover operating losses endured by the company since 2017.
This necessary readjustment is accompanied by a new strategic plan approved by the Board of Directors. This plan marks the future roadmap whose main objective is to focus Esteves efforts on developing and commercializing innovative specialty pharma products on a global level.
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