CEOs, Senior Executives Highlight Strategies, M&A, and Expansions at DCAT Week

Chief executive officers and senior executives from DCAT member companies provided key updates on strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and expansions at the DCAT Member Company Announcement Forum held during DCAT Week in mid-March.

The executives highlighted key company activity impacting the pharmaceutical manufacturing value chain. SCHOTT, Catalent, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Cambrex, Lonza, BSP Pharmaceuticals, Servier CDMO, Selkirk Pharma, Seqens, Cerbios-Pharma, and ACG were among the companies taking the podium to provide their latest developments (see announcements below).

SCHOTT Plans $1-Billion Expansion in Pharma Packaging

Catalent Investing $214 Million to Expand Biologics Capabilities; Invests in Oral Delivery Capabilities

Thermo Fisher Scientific Investing $150 Million in Sterile Injectables Development and Manufacturing

Cambrex Updates Integration of Halo Pharma and Avista Pharma; Expands Small-Molecule API Mfg

Lonza Updates $100-Million Expansion for High-Potency APIs and Small-Molecule Mfg

BSP To Add High-Containment Capacity for Conjugation and Injectable Drug Products

Servier CDMO Invests $55 Million for Bioproduction and $7 Million for Industrial Prep Chromatography

New CDMO Selkirk Pharma Investing $30 Million in Aseptic Fill–Finish Facility

Seqens Investing $30 Million to Expand High-Potency Manufacturing

Cerbios-Pharma Investing in New High-Potency API Production Line and Conjugation Suite

ACG Expands Capsule Production in Brazil, India, and Croatia

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