Bioveta, a.s. took part at the exhibition VIV Russia 2013
Company Bioveta, a.s. took part at the exhibition VIV Asia 2013 in Bangkok (13. - 15. 3. 2013).
On August 16th 2012 Bioveta, a.s., based in Ivanovice na Hané, opened the doors of its new Training Centre II, which was built with the support of funds from the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovations (OPEI) of the European Union.
For 2012 Bioveta, a. s. is preparing the biggest investment in the company’s history. In spring this year the company will begin building a new biotechnological hall worth more than 12 million EUR
The first foreign branch of company Bioveta is Bioveta Romania, s. r. l., based in Cluj-Napoca
Source: Vyskovsky.denik.cz , 2. 2. 2012
Thanks to this investment Bioveta has concentrated the storage of all its finished products in one place, and using modern storage and dispatching technology has managed to speed up the preparation of consignments and modernised the process used to dispatch goods to our customers
New training centre building was opened at Bioveta a.s. premises at the end of September this year
Within the 16th annual CZECH TOP 100, which is a chart of important Czech companies, the company Bioveta a.s. achieved a prestigious rating ČEKIA Stability Award in June of this year and it was included among the most stable companies in the Czech Republic.
Company Bioveta a.s. participates in the prestigious medical and pharmaceutical trade fair ARAB HEALTH in Dubai (23. - 26.1. 2012).
Bioveta a.s. obtained the ISO 14001 certificate provided by the auditor company United Registrar of Systems Czech, s.r.o. located in Prague
Bioveta a.s. obtained the ISO 9001:2008 certificate provided by the auditor company United Registrar of Systems Czech, s.r.o. located in Prague
Czech scientists test the vaccine against borreliosis
Bioveta,a.s. commenced the production of vaccines in new virology clean spaces for CZK 100 million.
The capital city of France hosted almost 150 specialists at the scientific conference titled "Towards the Elimination of Rabies in Eurasia" from May 27 to May 30, 2007.