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Novartis´ history in Indonesia began already in 1968 through the incorporation of PT Ciba Indonesia. After undergoing several milestones, following the global merger of Sandoz and Ciba Geigy to create Novartis, PT Ciba Indonesia merged with PT Sandoz Biochemie Pharma to become PT Novartis Biochemie in 1996.

In 2005, following Novartis´ global acquisition of Hexal Group, Novartis Indonesia´s Sandoz Division also acquired PT Prima Hexal in Indonesia and hence established an enlarged new legal entity called PT Sandoz Indonesia.

In 2006, PT Novartis Biochemie change its legal entity to become PT Novartis Indonesia and celebrate its 10 years merger worldwide.

Today, Novartis in Indonesia employs about 550 employees in its Pharmaceutical and Consumer Health division including in the manufacturing plant in Citeureup, West Java. The company also has a research laboratory, Novartis Eijkman Hasanuddin Research Institute (NEHCRI) in Makassar, Sulawesi and Jakarta which focus in developing drugs for tropical diseases such as Dengue and Tuberculosis.

Novartis´ other 2 sister companies, PT Ciba Vision Batam is a global supply chain hub for Ciba Vision contact lenses and contracts 3000 associates at its plant in Pulau Batam.

PT Sandoz Indonesia runs the Generic medicines Division and employs 600 employees and also operates a plant in Bandung, West Java.

PT Sandoz Indonesia runs the Generic medicines Division and employs 600 employees and also operates a plant in Bandung, West Java.

 

 

ABOUT NOVARTIS

On March 7th, 1996 Sandoz and Ciba-Geigy, the two Swiss-based chemical/life sciences giants, became Novartis.

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