Pfizer this week unveiled its $150 million expansion project in Michigan and is ready to hire about 200 employees.
The drugmaker showcased its new $41 million, 98,000-square-foot warehouse. It also is building a $105.6 million sterile manufacturing operation at the site.
The warehouse will be operational next month, Pfizer Kalamazoo site leader Bob Betzig said at an opening event, Fox 17 News reported.
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Pfizer has said a 10,000-square-foot aseptic processing work center is slated to be finished next year, with the first commercial batches expected by year-end 2019.
Over the past decade, Pfizer has invested about $1 billion at its Kalamazoo site and has told officials there that it could be investing about $800 million more in the next decade.
Pfizer last month said it would take some of the tax benefits that came from the recent U.S. tax code change and invest $5 billion in capital projects in the U.S., including some for manufacturing projects.