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UBICHEM Group Adds New Large Scale Manufacturing Site
13-06-2012: UBICHEM Group announced further growth of its business by adding a new manufacturing site. The new member of the group, UBICHEM Pharma Manufacturing, will be producing starting materials, intermediates and other fine chemical products for pharma and non-pharma applications in industrial quantities. This expansion positions the UBICHEM Group to be one of the biggest providers in the CEE region.
The newly acquired 55,000m2 (590,000 square feet) facility is located in Budapest, Hungary, and it is able to produce fine chemical products in multi-ton quantities. The new manufacturing site also expands UBICHEM Group’s presence in the non-pharma sector.
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