Lonza to Build Second Plant in Singapore for $350 Million

Scott, Alex
December 2006
Chemical Week;12/13/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 41, p29
Trade Publication
the article reports that Lonza has signed a deal with biotechnology investment company BioOne Capital to create a joint venture, Lonza Biologics Tuas, that will invest $350 million to build a mammalian cell culture biologic drug manufacturing plant in Singapore. Lonza Biologics Tuas will produce biologic drugs at commercial scale using mammalian cell technology.


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