Ceva-Phylaxia turns out 50 bln poultry vaccines
Hungary-based and French-owned veterinary company Ceva-Phylaxia marked the production of its 50-billionth dose of poultry vaccine at a ceremony today. Poultry vaccines make up 80% of the company's output.
State secretary Péter Szijjártó noted that the company Phylaxia had been established more than a hundred years ago in Hungary and the Hungarian unit is currently Ceva's biggest research and development center.
Ceva-Phylaxia had revenue of €50 mln last year, said company zone director László Máté. Exports accounted for €40 mln of the total, he added.
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