Nelson Labs and Sterigenics Germany GmbH, announced today the opening of State-of-the-Art Laboratory and Expand Sterilization Cleanroom Facilities
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Pegasus, a leading provider in comprehensive cleaning and decontamination services announced today that they have opened a new office in Denver, Colorado.
Precision Cleanrooms’ New Raleigh office will serve customers in North Carolina, South Carolina and the surrounding southeastern United States, providing turnkey cleanroom solutions and services for many industries including: pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, and microelectronics industries.
Berry Global Unveils the United States’ First Comprehensive, Commercial-Scale Clean Room for Nine-Layer Blown Film Manufacturing
The ISO 7 class clean room can produce nine-layer blown film. The new installation fully encloses commercial-scale production of Berry’s proprietary nine-layer blown film from extrusion to packaging, a first in the United States. The addition further enhances Berry’s ability to supply more sensitive applications such as sterile intravenous solution bags, pharmaceutical packaging, medical equipment manufacturing, and microchip packaging.
Controlled Environment Systems, LLC, a market leader in thermal construction and design of special environments, such as cold storage facilities and pharmaceutical / biotech cleanrooms, today announced its acquisition of Western Environmental Corporation (WEC), a company that designs, engineers, installs and certifies cleanrooms, coordinate measuring machine (CMM) enclosures, metrology labs, and environmental chambers that support various mission critical applications.
It is a milestone on the path to the chip factory of the future: at the new Bosch semiconductor fab in Dresden, silicon wafers are passing through the fully automated fabrication process for the first time. This is a key step toward the start of production operations, which is scheduled for late 2021. Manufacturing of automotive microchips will be a primary focus when the fully digital and highly connected semiconductor plant is up and running. “Chips for tomorrow’s mobility solutions and greater safety on our roads will soon be produced in Dresden. We plan to open our chip factory of the future before the year is out,” says Harald Kroeger, member of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH. The company already operates a semiconductor fab in Reutlingen near Stuttgart. The new wafer fab in Dresden is Bosch’s response to the surging number of areas of application for semiconductors, as well as a renewed demonstration of its commitment to Germany as a high-tech location. Bosch is investing around one billion euros in the high-tech manufacturing facility, which will be one of the most advanced wafer fabs in the world. Funding for the new building is being provided by the federal German government, and more specifically the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Bosch plans to officially open its wafer fab in June 2021.
Matica Biotechnology, Inc. (Matica Bio), a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) specializing in the clinical and commercial production of cell and gene therapies, ceremonially broke ground today on its new 25,000 ft2 facility which will house its GMP virus production suites, development laboratories and company offices. The new building will be located in Providence Park at 2501 Earl Rudder Freeway in College Station.
SkyWater Announces MOU to Provide Domestic Advanced Packaging Capabilities as Reshoring Momentum Builds for Semiconductor Supply Chain
SkyWater Technology, the trusted technology realization partner, today announced it has entered into an exclusive, non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Osceola County, Florida to explore taking over the lease of the Center for Neovation, a state-of-the-art 200 mm semiconductor manufacturing facility, by forming a new public-private partnership for microelectronics manufacturing and advanced packaging capabilities. Following the MOU, SkyWater, the only U.S
Sorrel Medical, a developer and manufacturer of wearable drug delivery devices, today announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility with state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities to accommodate manufacturing scalability of its wearable drug delivery devices.
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing Opens Large-Scale Injectable Fill/Finish Facility, Significantly Increasing Capacity
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing (“GRAM”), an agile and modern parenteral contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), completed its major $60 million expansion project and recently took occupancy.
Together these five companies have put together complex build solutions in response to the coronavirus. Individually they were the best for being the fastest of their building type, together they provide the complete solution within weeks, regardless of the requirements. RPM acts as the quarterback pulling in a team of top North American manufacturers with the specific purpose of delivering rapid deployment Community Response Facilities (CRF) that are designed to meet each community’s critical needs. If the location requires conversion of an existing structure, a large building shell that goes up quickly, or mobile secure steel buildings, together we have it covered.
Germfree delivered a 53-foot biocontainment cleanroom trailer to a major US pharmaceutical company where they will work on a COVID-19 vaccine. This is the first, of what is expected to be, many mobile laboratory spaces that will be delivered to scientists and organizations working on virus and antibody testing, vaccine development, research, and deployment solutions.