Pfizer breaks ground on sterile injectables plant in Michigan, plans to add around 450 jobs to the region
With Covid-19 continuing to crunch hospital resources, drugmakers are stepping into the breach to up production of sterile injectables used for hospital medicines. Now, Pfizer is boots on the ground for a massive project in Michigan that will help lead the way for its own push to expand in the field.
Pfizer has broken ground on a 420,000-square-foot sterile injectables plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, that the drugmaker estimates will bring around 450 new jobs to the region, the company said Wednesday.
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