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Siegfried Proceeds with Expansion in China and Switzerland

The CMO Siegfried is proceeding with a new 300-m3 production plant in Nantong, China. The company reported in its latest earning report that it broke ground for the new facility in July 2013. The plant will begin commercial production in mid-2014 and employ a workforce of about 300 by 2015. Siegfried is also proceeding with the construction of a new 100-m3 chemical plant in Zofingen, Swizterland. The new building will replace several older plants at the Zofingen site that no longer comply with efficiency requirements and generate high maintenance expenses. The two plants in Nantong and Zofingen are based on an identical technical concept to facilitate product transfers from a regulatory and technical perspective. A new administration building also will be erected in Zofingen. The new offices will be ready for occupation in the second half of 2015. 

Source: Siegfried


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