West goes East; No static for long-lived transfer bags;

> Injectable drug manufacturer West Pharmaceutical Services has opened an injection molding factory in the Shanghai Qingpu Industrial Zone, China. Article

> TMI (ATMI) has introduced contained powder transfer bags fabricated with an anti-static polymer film having a 36-month shelf-life. Announcement

> DHL is investing $15 million in three Life Science Competence Centers--in Singapore, Mumbai, and Hyderabad--to fulfill growing demand for higher levels of quality compliance. Release

> Granulation can result in product inhomogeneity, creating a need for technologies that provide detailed analysis of granulation parameters and their influence on blend content uniformity. Article 

> DB Schenker has agreed to intensify its cooperation in the chemicals transport segment with TransContainer, the freight subsidiary of a Russian railway, to increase the containerized transport of chemicals to, from and inside Russia. Release

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