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China is Next Production Hub for Sigma-Aldrich Fine Chemicals

11:27 AM MDT | October 2, 2007 | Alex Scott in Geneva

Nagarkatti: Building Asian base. Sigma Aldrich Fine Chemicals (SAFC; St. Louis) says that its recently announced plan to build a fine chemical complex at Wuxi, China will enable the company to establish a key manufacturing presence in China to serve international and domestic markets (CW, Sept. 19, p. 7). SAFC has pharma fine chemical manufacturing sites in the U.S., U.K., and Switzerland but it has yet to establish a major manufacturing presence in Asia. News of the Wuxi project follows an announcement earlier this year that Lonza will spend $200 million to...

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