Biocon’s Bengaluru Biosimilars Plant Cleared For EU
Company Expands Production Capacity For Pegfilgrastim And Trastuzumab
Biocon is actively expanding its biosimilars manufacturing capacity with an aim to further penetrate EU markets after receiving a GMP approval for a key manufacturing site. The company has ramped up production for trastuzumab and pegfilgrastim, while awaiting approval for bevacizumab.
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