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Stevanato Group invests €22m to expand Mexican pharma packaging facility

Italian producer of pharmaceutical glass packaging Stevanato Group has invested around €22m to double the size of its manufacturing plant in Mexico.    

The Mexican plant, which was opened in 2008 to serve the needs of the US market, measures 12,000m² after doubling the size which will allow an increase in production that conforms to the international pharmaceutical primary packaging quality standards.

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March 22nd, 2013
Source: www.pharmaproducts.packaging-business-review.com





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