Shire shifts vaccine facility from Baxalta deal to MSD

04:35 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | Pharmafile

As part of Shire’s mega-merger with Baxalta, it suddenly had a massive manufacturing network that spanned 17 sites across seven countries. It was inevitable that the company had to consolidate or sell off some of these sites to make it a more manageable prospect.

It continued this process by selling its Austria-based vaccine plant to MSD for an undisclosed fee. The 340,000-square-foot facility holds the capability to manufacture vaccines and had been used as a storage facility for another part of its vaccine manufacturing network in Austria.

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