Stevanato Group: 2012 will witness the doubling of the Mexican plant and the expansion of the EZ-fillTM vial and cartridge department in Italy

In keeping with its business plan, Stevanato Group has officially announced the doubling of the plant in Monterrey (Mexico) by the end of 2012, as well as the expansion of the EZ-fillTM sterile vial and cartridge department at the company’s original production facility in Piombino Dese (Padua), which will begin within the next few months, a full year ahead of schedule.

The timely continuation of this expansion and internationalization strategy is the result of the excellent economic performance reported by the Group (+ 12%) and the Glass Division (+ 16%) in 2010, within a pharmaceutical industry that is currently recording an average annual increase of just 5%.

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