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Sanofi to invest in Canadian vaccine facility

13 April 2018 | News

The investment bolsters the company's Canadian operations and its commitment to advancing public health around the world.

Singapore- Sanofi is investing €350M (CAD $500M) to construct a new state-of-art vaccine manufacturing facility at the Sanofi Pasteur Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. The investment bolsters the company's Canadian operations and its commitment to advancing public health around the world.

The new facility will allow Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines global business unit of Sanofi, to meet the growing demand of five-component acellular pertussis (5-acP) antigen. Upon completion in 2021, the new building will also be equipped to produce the antigens used in the diphtheria and tetanus vaccines.

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