With stars aligned and cash in reserve, Bob Nelsen's Resilience plans a makeover at 2 new facility additions to its drug manufacturing upstart
Bob Nelsen’s new, state-of-the-art drug manufacturing initiative is taking shape.
Just 3 months after gathering $800 million of launch money, a dream team board and a plan to shake up a field where he found too many bottlenecks and inefficiencies for the era of Covid-19, Resilience has snapped up a pair of facilities now in line for a retooling.
The company has acquired a 310,000-square-foot plant in Boston from Sanofi along with a 136,000-square-foot plant in Ontario to add to a network which CEO Rahul Singhvi says is just getting started on building his company’s operations up. The Sanofi deal comes with a contract to continue manufacturing one of its drugs.
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