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GEA wins major pharmaceutical order from China

By Gerald Ondrey |

0 0 0 GEA Group AG (Bochum, Germany; ) has won a milestone order from the Zheiiang Hisun Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (Taizhou Zheiiang, China) for the supply of pharmaceutical freeze dryers with automatic load and unload systems (ALUS). The order is a major breakthrough in the region allowing Hisun to expand its operations into formulated pharmaceutical products for injection focus in oncology and infective diseases. The Pharma Systems Division, which belongs to the Process Technology Segment of GEA Group, will supply seven freeze drying systems and five ALUS systems with a total value in excess of EUR 15 million. The equipment will be used at the new facilities in the Fuyang pharmaceutical valley and will allow Hisun to focus on the production of anti-tumor, anti-infective, general biologics and anti-tuberculosis product for both the domestic and export markets. Hisun is planning to invest over EUR 100 million in the Fuyang facility making it one of the biggest pharmaceutical production sites in China. 0 0 0 GEA Group AG (Bochum, Germany; www.geagroup.com) has won a milestone order from the Zheiiang Hisun Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (Taizhou Zheiiang, China) for the supply of pharmaceutical freeze dryers with automatic load…
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