Dade Behring Marburg GmbH


Emil-von-Behring-Str. 76
D-35041 Marburg
Telefon +49 (6421) 39-13
Telefax +49 (6421) 66064
Internet www.dadebehring.com

Competence in Laboratory Diagnostics

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Dade Behring is a reliable partner for laboratories and blood banks all over the world in terms of consistent customer orientation, innovation, quality and optimal service. With sales of US $ 1.6 billion, Dade Behring is the world’s largest company dedicated exclusively to clinical laboratory diagnostics.

Headquartered in Deerfield, USA, and with a global workforce of approximately 6,000 employees, Dade Behring has research, production and sales organization facilities in over 40 countries. Its products and systems are used in the areas of Clinical Chemistry, Cardiac/Immunology, Microbiology, Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Hemostasis and Plasma Protein Diagnostics, as well in Drug Monitoring.

Dade Behring currently has over 25,000 clinical laboratories among its satisfied customers. Numerous doctors rely on the company’s products when diagnosing illnesses and monitoring various methods of treatment. About one third of Dade Behring’s total sales results from products produced in Marburg – where over 1,100 employees work.


 

 

Dade Behring Marburg GmbH

Manager:
Carsten Taucke

Year of Foundation:
1997

Employees:
1.100

Turnover:
approximately US$ 1.6 billion (2004)

Business Activity:
Development and production of laboratory diagnostic systems.

Address:
Emil-von-Behring-Str. 76
D-35041 Marburg
Telefon +49 (6421) 39-13
Telefax +49 (6421) 66064
Internet www.dadebehring.com


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