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Sandoz opens up new production center

The new facility happens to be the biggest investment of Sandoz anywhere in the world at the present time. Novarits has three sites in Austria and operates two production plants in Tyrol as well as another plant in Unterach am Attersee in Upper Austria. On balance, the company employs 4,600 people in Austria.  About 100 new jobs were created thanks to the new production site. Sandoz is a global trailblazer when it comes to the research and manufacturing of so-called “biosimilars“, the follow-up products to biopharmaceuticals

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