Our Company puts great emphasis on its sourcing processes, in which it has the same high expectations of its suppliers as it has for itself. Our organisations tasked with sourcing have to be extremely efficient in operating in this exceptionally broad and rapidly changing area and need to adapt to the increasingly more stringent quality and legal regulations typical of this business environment.​
To this end, we have two specialised sourcing centres that provide all of the tangible and intangible assets for our Company's basic activity and operation.
General purchasing

This organisation manages the Company's direct and indirect sourcing activities, acting as central control unit incorporated in purchasing the following categories:

  • Tangible assets
  • Investment service
  • Maintenance and renovation services
  • Maintenance material supply
  • Laboratory overhead
  • Facility operation
  • Logistics services
  • Research and expert services
  • Indirect expert services
  • IT tools and services
  • Marketing and PR related materials and services
  • Manpower mediation and leasing
  • HSE services
  • Work clothes and protective gears, equipment
  • Travel, hospitality
  • Training, development, education
  • Cleaning and disinfecting agents
  • Office supplies, general operating support materials and tools
  • Welfare purchases and services
  • Motor vehicles and related services
  • Energy
Registered Product Sourcing and API sales Business Unit

Responsible for the purchasing activities related to the product groups, which are necessary for the  production, development pipeline, Life Cycle Management and License in activities and  needs of Richter Gedeon and  involved in the following direct material and finish dosage categories:

Registered products:

  • Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) related materials
    • API
    • Regulatory Starting Materials (RSM)
    • Key intermediates 
    • Analytical samples, standards 
    • R&D materials
    • Cell culture media
    • Resins for biotech production
  • Licensed-in finish dosage form (FDF)