This site acts as the headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. A new plant is planned to be built next to the existing facility, with construction work expected to start in 2013, with the plant up and running in 2014. About 30 new jobs will be created on top of the 500 already employed in Scotland.
The investment will help it expand and keep up with the rising demand for its cell culture products used in the research and production of new drugs.
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