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South Korea’s SK Boosts Pilot Plant

by Michael McCoy
July 15, 2013 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 91, ISSUE 28

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Credit: SK Life Science
SK Life Science’s current pilot plant in Daejon.
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SK Life Science’s current pilot plant in Daejon.

SK Life Science plans to double capacity of its pilot plant and kilo lab facilities in Daejon, South Korea. The company says the project, which comes just five years after the facility was commissioned, is a response to growth in demand for active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing services. To be completed by November, the expansion will double pilot plant capacity to 7.5 m3 and raise kilo lab capacity with 100-L glass-lined and stainless steel equipment, the firm says.

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