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Takeda Announces Strategic Measures to Achieve Efficiencies for Long-Term Growth
Date:1/18/2012

OSAKA, Japan, January 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited ("Takeda", TSE: 4502) announced today strategic measures to better align its global workforce and consolidate site operations in order to integrate legacy Nycomed operations, strengthen its presence in more than 70 countries, adapt to changing market conditions and maintain a focus on growth through innovation and culture, as outlined in its 2011-2013 Mid-Range Plan (MRP).

The measures support both the execution of the company's strategy and the integration targets announced last year. They would also bring further efficiencies to the organization to sustain medium and long-term growth targets starting in fiscal 2015. The company will align Nycomed's former operation structures and processes with the Takeda global headquarters in Japan and the newly defined organizations of the Chief Commercial Officer - which is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland - and Chief Medical & Scientific Officer - which is headquartered in Deerfield, Illinois - and its expanded affiliate network worldwide.

"The combination of Takeda and Nycomed, which we acquired on September 30, 2011, brought together Takeda's strong presence in the Japanese and U.S. markets with the legacy Nycomed business infrastructure in Europe and high-growth emerging markets," said Yasuchika Hasegawa, President & CEO, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited. "While our combined operations in more than 70 countries are more complementary than overlapping, there are a number of areas where we will need to make changes to ensure efficient and flexible operations moving forward."

Takeda will secure a sustainable future by maximizing the synergies of the steady integration of Takeda and Nycomed, such as the sales expansion of Takeda's product pipeline utilizing Nycomed's strong sales platforms in Europe and emerging countries.

To meet the needs of the market, Takeda will also shift from a prod
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