Orion’s pharmaceutical innovations are created within its R&D organisation. The organisation employs top professionals in the field of drug molecule development and optimisation.
Orion develops new pharmaceuticals in three therapy areas. Orion’s pharmaceutical R&D focuses on the central nervous system, cancer and critical care, and inhalable Easyhaler® pulmonary drugs. Orion also develops veterinary and generic drugs.
What does it take to develop a new medicine? To start with, you need a dedicated team of top scientists and other professionals. The journey might take up to fifteen years. Take a look!
Orion is a globally operating Finnish developer of pharmaceuticals and diagnostic tests – a builder of well-being. Orion develops, manufactures and markets human and veterinary pharmaceuticals, active pharmaceutical ingredients and diagnostic tests.
25 Aug 2014 | Orion’s Turku factory extension project, which was started at the end of 2012, has been completed. The new production premises for hormone gels was brought into production use according to schedule in July.
|7/29/2014||Orion Group Interim Report January-June 2014|
|7/29/2014||Orion Corporation's publication schedules for financial reporting in 2015|
|7/16/2014||Publishing of Orion Corporation's Interim Report for January-June 2014 on 29 July 2014|
|7/4/2014||150,000 Orion A-shares converted into B-shares|
Orion is the largest employer in the Finnish pharmaceutical industry. It is considered to be a good and reliable employer, which is also indicated by its lower-than-average employee turnover.
We work actively to ensure a positive working environment. We want to create a workplace with good supervisors, colleagues that encourage each other and an atmosphere of trust, because these factors contribute to well-being.
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