12 March 1998 17:51 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (CNI)--AlliedSignal told CNI Thursday that it is planning a multimillion dollar expansion of its pharmaceutical intermediate production facility in Seelze, Germany.
But the Morris Township, New Jersey company would reveal neither the project's exact cost nor capacity figures before or after the expansion.
Speciality chemicals president Paul Norris said the expansion, scheduled for completion in September, will allow AlliedSignal to speed up product development and handle new projects for both new and existing customers in the global pharmaceutical industry.
The extra capacity also will give it more flexibility in applying its breadth of expertise in such areas as bromination, fluorination, oximation and other technologies, he added.
The Seelze site expansion is part of AlliedSignal's ongoing efforts to grow its business in the pharmaceutical industry and follows its acquisition last year of Ireland's Iropharm.
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