Bayer Worldwide

Bayer in Europe, Middle East & Africa

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In 2016 Bayer achieved sales of approximately €17.8 billion in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Numerous major production facilities and 59,500 employees (of whom 37,000 are based in Germany) give the company a strong presence in this region.

Europe, Middle East & Africa

Sales

€ 17,823 million

Employees

59,500

Capital expenditures

€ 1,549 million

R&D expense

€ 3,285 million

Main Production Centers

Bayer is safeguarding the international competitiveness of its European production sites by setting up manufacturing and logistics competence centers in the region.

Bayer in Africa & Middle East

Facts & Figures about Africa

Bayer’s roots in Africa go back to 1920, when it first began marketing its products there.

Today Bayer is represented throughout the continent, from Casablanca to Cape Town. Bayer’s business is managed by the affiliates in the three country groups North, West and Central Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa. Health care and crop protection are major fields of activity, and production plants are located in Morocco and South Africa.

The countries of the Middle East bridge the gap between Europe and the Far East. Bayer has been present with its products in this region since the late 1880s and markets its entire product portfolio there.