The chemical and pharmaceutical industry is one of Germany’s strongest industries in terms of revenue generation. Germany is home to many well-known global market leaders that make the country one of the leading nations for exports of chemical and pharmaceutical products. The pressure of global competition, especially with the fast-growing economies of the BRIC states, is high – one competitive advantage of the German chemical and pharmaceutical industry lies in its high innovative capacity due to continuous investment in research and development.
Megatrends such as sustainability and climate protection, including alternatives to raw materials based on crude oil, are on the agenda of chemicals companies. The future belongs to bio-based polymers, high-performance materials and materials for 3D printing, among others.
The chemistry group at Eisenführ Speiser represents both medium-sized and large companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, in particular in the fields of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, electrochemistry, technical chemistry, metallurgy, polymer chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry.
The attorneys at Eisenführ Speiser combine technical and legal excellence. The following members of the firm will discuss your specific concerns with you and put together the right team to meet your needs.
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