Issue Date: July 1, 2013
Thermo Fisher Opens China R&D Center
Thermo Fisher Scientific has opened a $9.5 million center in Shanghai to support scientific instrumentation R&D. The 30,000-sq-ft-plus facility includes biology, design, and applications laboratories. An additional 10,000 sq ft of space supports a technology training center. The firm says China is one of its fastest-growing markets and “a key contributor to our success.” In November 2012, Thermo Fisher opened a $20 million plant in Suzhou, China, to supply lab equipment . . .
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