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Top 10 Vaccine Manufacturers in the World -

Top 10 Vaccine Manufacturers in the World

Below, we will take a look at some of the world’s major vaccine manufacturers.


GlaxoSmithKline has its roots in a company established in New Zealand back in 1873, by aman named Joseph Edward Nathan. Nowadays, the company is headquartered in London, UK and the company employs roughly one million professionals.

Examples of vaccines produced by GlaxoSmithKline:

  • Menjugate
  • Varilix
  • Ambrix
  • Rabipur
  • Boostrix


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Merck & Co

Merck & Co was founded in the United States in 1891 by George Merck. It produces a wide range of pharmaceuticals – not just vaccines. The headquarter is located in New Jerse, US.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • Gardasil
  • Varivax
  • Zostavax
  • Recombivax HB
  • RotaTeq


The company was founded in 1973 as a subsidiary of El Aquitane. It merged with Aventis in 2004 and Sanofi was selected as its new name in 2011. Sanofi is chiefly known for their vaccines for very young children.

Sanofi is headquartered in Paris, France. Globally, they have around 110,000 employees.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • Pediacel
  • Act-HIB
  • Adacel-Polio
  • Quadracel
  • YF-VAX


Pfizer was founded by Charles Pfizer and Charles F. Erhart in 1849. The company is headquartered in New York, US and employes nearly 100,000 professionals.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • Mencevax
  • Nimerix
  • Trumenba
  • Prevnar 13
  • Neis Vac-C


This clinical-stage vaccine company was founded in Maryland, USA, in 1987. In 2015 the company received an $89 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support the development of a vaccine against HRSV that would protect infants via maternal immunization.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • NanoFlu
  • ResVax
  • RSV F

Emergent BioSolutions

This company originated as BioPort in 1998. Now called Emergent BioSolutions, it is headquartered in Maryland, USA and has roughly 1,300 employees spread out over more than a dozen global centers.

Emergent BioSolutions develops antibody therapeutics and vaccines for infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, and oncology.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • BioThrax
  • ACAM2000



CSL was incorporated back in 1916. It is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia and today have roughly 20,000 employees across 60 different countries.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • Tet-Tox
  • Fluvax
  • Panvax
  • Pneumovax
  • Varivax

Inovio Pharmaceuticals

This company was created in 1979 and is headquartered in Plymouth, USA. Roughly 300 people work for Inovio Pharmaceutical.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • INO-5401
  • VGX-3400

Bavarian Nordic

Bavarian Nordic is focused on both vaccines for infectious diseases and immunotherapies for cancer treatment. Is was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Kvistgaard, Denmark. Roughly 500 professionals work for Bavarian Nordic globally. One important centre is the R&D facility in Martinsried, Germany.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • MVA-BN Filo

Mitsubishi Tanabe

This company is a part of the huge Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group and was established in 1981 after the merger between Mitsubishi Chemicals and Tokyo Tanabe.

Mitsubishi Tanabe employs around 2,000 professionals.

Examples of vaccines produced:

  • Varicella vaccine
  • Mearubik
  • Tetrabik
  • Jebik V