Keyword: Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies
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.
Fujifilm to expand its production facility in North Carolina to support increased customer needs.
Drug materials are targets of U.S.-China trade war, analysts see more hope in the Takeda-Shire deal, China puts forward policies that favors generics over brands.
Fujifilm continues to expand its healthcare footprint with the recent acquisition of a pair of cell culture media units for about $800 million.
Japan’s Fujifilm will build a plant to produce liposomes that can be the delivery vehicles for some new drug candidates.