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Dalton Pharma Completes Aseptic Filling Capabilities Expansion



Dalton Pharma Services, a privately owned pharmaceutical services provider, reported the completion of a $2.5 million expansion of its sterile and aseptic filling capabilities in Toronto, Canada. This project included addition ofsterile vial processing and washing, expanded vial depyrogenation capability, automated vial inspection capability, a new Water For Injection (WFI) system, and expanded and improved gowning areas for GMP manufacturing operators.

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