Keyword: Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies
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Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies has named a new CEO who takes over as the Japanese CDMO is in the midst of expanding.
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Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies last year committed 10 billion yen toward its manufacturing operations. It has now kicked off one of those projects.
A new commercial-scale gene therapy manufacturing facility is being planned, but not by a biotech or a CDMO. This one will be built by a hospital.
Harvard and a host of players will build a $50 million clinical supply manufacturing facility near Boston for biotechs working on gene therapies.
Continuing its expansion efforts, Japan’s Fujifilm will make a major investment in its U.S. gene therapy operation in Texas.
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CDMO Fujifilm Diosynth has acquired from Biogen a biologics production facility in Denmark with about 800 employees.
Fujifilm will buy biologics operations in Denmark from Biogen as the Japanese company continues to beef up its CDMO business.