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Outsourcing

Flamma starts digging on R&D expansion

by Rick Mullin
June 13, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 23

 

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Credit: Flamma
To mark the groundbreaking of the firm's new R&D building. Flamma CEO Gian Paolo Negrisoli
used an excavator rather than a gold-plated shovel.

The pharmaceutical services firm Flamma has broken ground on an expansion of R&D facilities at its headquarters in Bergamo, Italy. The $14 million building will quadruple Flamma’s R&D space at the site and support an additional 50 employees. It will include a lab for high-containment and special chemistries. The facility will coordinate with a site in Malvern, Pennsylvania, that Flamma acquired last year.

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