CDMO Almac, which has been bulking up its capacity and services, has opened a new cold storage facility at its Northern Ireland headquarters campus.

China has closed thousands of manufacturing plants as it tries to reduce air pollution, and one pharma company says it has created supply problems.

The FDA has issued a warning letter to a Bayer finished products plant in Germany, where it says poor cleaning led to product cross-contamination.

ImmunoGen will turn to contractors for its manufacturing needs, a move that will mean a small facility will close and 20 workers will be let go.

AmerisourceBergen has received a grand jury subpoena to supply info to the DOJ about its testing of a syringe made at its PharMEDium lab in Tennessee.

An API maker in Bizen, Japan, has joined a growing list of Japanese drugmakers to be criticized by the FDA in warning letters and bans.

Shire, which decided to produce some of its drug Cinryze itself after contractor problems resulted in a shortage, will start production this quarter.

Here's some of the other news we're following today.