The research and development facility with this specific focus will create 200 new jobs, according to the company. The site will also serve as regional headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The central administrative building will be designed to offer room for offices and laboratories covering 9,000 square metres, with another 2,500 square metres for the industrial area and a solar-powered hydrogen plant. There will also be space for other companies and startups to locate their operations, especially in the fields of biotechnology and digitalisation. The SAN Group invests in firms specialising in biotechnology, green energy, high-tech and real estate, with 200 employees on four continents.
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