Ecolab division Purolite will invest $190M to construct new resin production facility
The Keystone State is getting a new manufacturing site for materials used in pharma drug production.
Purolite, a division of Ecolab and a manufacturer of resins used in drugs, will be constructing a $190 million resin production facility in the town of Landenberg, PA, located in Chester County, around 45 miles southeast of Philadelphia. Construction planning is currently underway, according to a release from Purolite, with the new facility aiming to boost the supply of resins for pharma and biotech customers. It will mark Purolite’s fourth location in Pennsylvania.
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