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Biopharma firm AbbVie opens S$400m biologics plant in Tuas

The 120,000-sq metre facility, its first manufacturing plant in Asia, will create 250 jobs

(From far left): Site director Marc O'Donoghue, chairman of the Singapore Economic Development Board Beh Swan Gin, Trade and Industry Minister S Iswaran, chairman and chief executive of AbbVie Richard Gonzalez, senior vice-president of operations at AbbVie Azita Saleki-Gerhardt and vice-president of manufacturing operations Biologic at AbbVie Daniela Ottini.


GLOBAL research and development-based bio-pharmaceutical company AbbVie has enlarged its footprint in Singapore.

On Wednesday, it opened a new biologics manufacturing plant in Tuas, which will expand its manufacturing capabilities for biologics, which are commercial...

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