IDT Biologika

IDT Biologika is an international leader in the contract development and manufacture of Vaccines, Viral Vectors for Cell & Gene Therapeutics, Oncolytic Viruses, Virus-Like Particles, and other Biologics. We are a full-service biologics CDMO providing end-to-end services and have supported clients in developing some of the leading human vaccines in use today against infectious diseases and viruses around the world.

Responding to Growth in New Modalities

In response to rapid growth and demand in new modalities like Cell and Gene Therapeutics, we also offer development and manufacturing of Viral Vectors and provide liquid and lyophilized fill-finish of other biologics such as monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins used as biotherapeutics. IDT Biologika has spent a century committed to the protection and improvement of human health worldwide, and our experienced international team is dedicated to partnering with clients to continue this effort into the future.

Over 100 Years of Experience in Vaccines

In 2021, IDT Biologika reached the landmark of 100 years working in the development and manufacture of vaccines that protect humans all around the world. We continually put this unparalleled experience to work for our customers and in the last two decades have been involved in development and production of vaccines against infectious diseases such as COVID-19, influenza, smallpox, AIDS, malaria, Ebola, Chikungunya, Lassa fever, and Dengue fever. IDT Biologika has also worked on the production of vaccines against certain cancers. Our vision is to remain at the forefront of vaccines that offer critical protection to patient populations worldwide and continue to pioneer vital treatments for the next century.

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Fighting Infectious Diseases Worldwide

Occurence of infectious diseases and involvement of IDT Biologika (in green).

For governmental businesses IDT Biologika has been providing emergency use vaccines for more than 15 years and we are also part of the German Government’s pandemic preparedness.

European & North American Footprint

IDT Biologika is a global biologics manufacturing organization, and we meet the needs of multinational customers and pharma companies around the world with manufacturing capabilities in both Europe and North America. We are headquartered in Dessau-Rosslau, Germany, with a second site in Magdeburg, Germany. Our North American facility is close to Washington, D.C., in Rockville, Maryland. These locations support our fully integrated services and are cGMP and BSL-2 -compliant, with approvals from the FDA, EMA, and ANVISA.


Strategic Locations

Rockville, Maryland, USA

Our North American CDMO site is a GMP-compliant facility (BSL-2) with a long history of contract manufacturing of clinical trial materials. It shares many of the state-of-the-art technologies used at our German facility that has both clinical and commercial capacity.

  • Process Development
  • Clinical-Scale Drug Substance (e.g. Vaccines, Cell and Gene Therapeutics)
  • Aseptic Liquid Filling & Lyophilization (Biologics)
  • Packaging & Storage
  • Analytical Services
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Full-Service CDMO Capabilities

At IDT Biologika, we recognize how critical vaccines and novel therapeutics are to protecting and improving quality of life for patients around the world. This is the inspiration for investment and growth of our business. We continue to expand our operations in Europe and North America, focused on delivering the highest quality end-to-end services with the ability to scale projects from development and preclinical volumes through to large-scale production and commercial packaging and supply. As part of a €114 million expansion, we are creating additional capacity in drug substance manufacturing, aseptic fill-finish, and visual inspection, which will be online and operational at the end of 2022. Everything we do is underscored by our commitment to quality and operational excellence.

From contract development, through clinical Phases I-III, to commercial production of vaccines and cell and gene therapeutics.