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Boots Contract Manufacturing

 

Boots Contract Manufacturing

BCM Ltd
Subsidiary, Private Limited Company (02741673)
Industry Health and beauty products
Founded Nottingham, England (1991)
Headquarters D10 Fourth 142, Nottingham, NG2 3AA
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Benoit Portier
Managing Director (2012-)
Products Medicines, cosmetics, soaps
Revenue £226 million (2011)
Number of employees
c.2,000 (1,600, UK)
Parent Walgreens Boots Alliance

Boots Contract Manufacturing or BCM is the subsidiary company of Walgreens Boots Alliance that manufacturers healthcare products. It is Europe's biggest health and beauty contract manufacturer. It is not simply a contract manufacturer, but develops new products for other customers as well.

History

The Boots Contracting Manufacturing division of Boots was formed in 1991.

The French site was acquired in 1995, and produces mostly for French health and beauty brands.

Its main competitors in the UK are Martindale Pharma of Essex.

Structure

Aparts from the site at Nottingham it has -

At Nottingham is-

  • BCM UK - No7 Cosmetics, Protect & Perfect, Lift & Luminate
  • Boots Analytical
  • BCM Specials - makes
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