Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 30 June 2020
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Annual Report 2020
Dechra is a global specialist veterinary pharmaceuticals and related products business.
Our expertise is in the development, manufacture, marketing and sales of high quality products exclusively for veterinarians worldwide.
Our purpose is the sustainable improvement of animal health and welfare
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Ampharmco integration progressing well, Mirataz acquisition completed in April 2020 and Osurnia completed in July 2020.
CAP performance robust.
FAP growth accelerating.
Numerous product registrations achieved, and significant progress made on Akston and Tri-Solfen.
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We believe in the capability of our people and our ability to execute our strategy
Chief Executive Officer
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Our existing business performed robustly this year, recovering well from first half supply issues and through the disruption caused by COVID-19
Chief Financial Officer
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The sustainable improvement of animal health and welfare
Manufacturing & Supply Chain
Our Values, entrepreneurial attitude and agile approach to the way we do things are the backbone of our Culture. We expect our people to make a difference by collaborating with each other and we support them by providing clear guidance on expectations.
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People Impact of COVID-19
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Technology Impact of COVID-19
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Impact of COVID-19
The Board takes ultimate responsibility for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and is committed to developing and implementing appropriate
policies that create and maintain long term value for shareholders. During the year, our newly formed CSR committee, made up of representatives from across the Group, reviewed the Group's
CSR strategy along with the various frameworks for reporting, and published sustainability reports on Dechra, the latter identified reporting gaps
where we could have provided more information on our activities.