Fermion announced plans for for API Manufacturing Facility Expansion in Hanko, Finland with an investment of EUR 30 million.
The expansion lifts Fermion to a new level in the global arena of API and especially HAPI manufacturing, improving Fermion’s capability to meet increasing demand. Fermion will continue to ensure high quality and delivery reliability of its products. The new unit alone will be able to produce 100 metric tons HPAPI per year increasing the total production capacity of Fermion to over 400 metric tons API/year. Fermion’s scale of HPAPI development and production will now be complete with capabilities from grams to tons.
2018 will mark the start of a new era in Fermion’s history as Fermion’s plant in the south of Finland, Hanko, starts operating new API manufacturing facilities including 76 m3 reactor space, incremental to Fermion’s current total reactor volume of 320 m3. With best-in-class automated systems, controlled material flows, isolators and smart infrastructure the new facilities can process not only standard but also potent APIs. There will be a reactor space of 25 m3 for OEB5 compounds (containment level down to 0,1 µg/m3) and the rest of the new capacity is equipped for compounds requiring a containment level of 1 - 10 µg/m3.
The actual construction will start in the summer of 2016 and the inauguration will be celebrated in Q2 2018.
|Estimated Cost||EUR 30 Million|
Source : fermion.fi