Pharmaceutical and cosmetics group Pierre Faber succumbed to the cyberback and some production sites have been closed, the third French laboratory told AFP on Wednesday 31 March. “Part of production activities have been stopped“, Confirmed a person in charge of the group’s communication, without giving a scale.
Activity at a standstill
Located in Castres (South), the group has approximately 10,000 employees worldwide – more than 6,000 in France – spread over some fifty sites, with 15 in France in the main. On the night of Tuesday 30 March to Wednesday 31 March, Cyber France confirmed the information of Radio France Blue Brownie, according to management. “However, product delivery is not interrupted.“, she explains.
Wishing to remain anonymous, one of the employees working at the Murat distribution center claimed. “After the computer incident, the activity stops completely. In addition, one day payment is levied for the holiday 2020 or the day of recovery April 1“, Can we read on the text message sent by management to this employee, and can be consulted by AFP.
“Restore status as soon as possible”
Management advised that the technical team “Tough at work to restore the situation as soon as possible“Pierre Fabre, an unlisted group, reported a turnover of 2.2 billion euros in 2020, 65% of which is international. It has several business segments, with Dermo-cosmetics making up the majority (about 60%) of its sales. Pierre Fab ., Born in Castres (Tarn), the pharmacist founded this company in 1962, which has grown into a giant company in the pharmacy and cosmetics sector. He died in July 2013. The Le group has grown internationally, but Well-established with industrial sites in Taran. Especially Castres and Lavour.