Teesside factory making Covid vaccine gets £400m injection
Japanese owner makes single biggest investment in UK pharmaceutical manufacturing in decades
A Teesside factory that makes Covid-19 vaccines has received a £400m injection from its Japanese owners, the largest single investment in UK pharmaceutical manufacturing in decades.
The biotechnology arm of the Japanese conglomerate Fujifilm, which is better known for its photography heritage, said the package would more than double its Billingham site’s development and manufacturing capability, creating the largest biopharmaceutical factory with several different technologies in the UK.
Source: Business – The Guardian