Siegfried is a leading global provider of contract development and manufacturing for the pharmaceutical industry; with a network of eleven sites across the globe, the group produces safe medicines for millions of patients around the world. Siegfried was founded in 1873 in Zofingen, Aargau, by the pharmacist Samuel Benoni Siegfried, and in 2023 celebrates its 150th anniversary.
The Evionnaz site, created in 1957 and specialized in the development and manufacturing of active medicinal substances, has been a major element of the Siegfried network since 2015.
15h45 – 16h00 : Welcome of participants (Local du Feu, Ancienne Route Cantonale 8, Evionnaz)
16h00 – 16h15 : Welcome address by BioAlps and Authorities
16h15 – 16h35 : Siegfried presentation by Marcel Signer, Site Director
16h35 : Transfer to Siegfried South Plant
16h45 – 17h15 : Plant tour
17h30 : Networking Cocktail
The Siegfried facilities are designed to allow simultaneous production of different products using complex chemical processes. With about 380 employees, the chemical site offers a wide range of services and technologies such as azide chemistry, asymmetric syntheses, micronization, reactions at low temperature or under high pressure as well as organometallic chemistry.
Siegfried Evionnaz complies with good manufacturing practices (GMP) as well as all the requirements of the competent authorities, regularly submitting to audits by customers and local, European or American authorities.
It is here that a new Research & Development Center is being built, with the creation of around forty additional highly qualified work places. In this new building, which will mainly house synthesis and analysis laboratories with cutting-edge equipment, our experienced scientists will be able to develop manufacturing processes for our customers that will make it possible to provide new, safe drugs for patients around the world.
- When: Thursday 23 Novembre 2023, 4 pm – 6 pm
- Where: Siegfried, Route du Simplon 9, 1902 Evionnaz
- Languages: English and French
- Participation is free but registration is mandatory