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Sandoz To Pump Another €50m Into Kundl Antibiotics Site

New Three-Floor Building For Penicillin FDFs Set To Open Early In 2024

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To increase manufacturing capacity for finished dosage form penicillins, Sandoz is investing another €50m into its key antibiotics site in Kundl, Austria. But the company feels that fundamental reforms are needed from regulators to ensure the long-term sustainability of European-based antibiotic manufacturing and supply.

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