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Fujifilm invests more in Texas and England

by Jean-François Tremblay
November 13, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 45

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Process development bioreactors at Fuijfilm's site in Redcar, England.
Credit: Fujifilm
Process development bioreactors at Fuijfilm's site in Redcar, England.

Fujifilm will spend $28 million to further increase biopharmaceutical capacity at its contract manufacturing plants in Texas and England. In College Station, Texas, the Japanese company will build a new plant to produce monoclonal antibodies. In Redcar, England, Fujifilm will expand the production area and install new manufacturing equipment. In April, the company announced a $130 million investment at the two sites.

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