Thermo Fisher’s Lengnau facility is a state-of-the-art multipurpose biomanufacturing site in the heart of Europe. This 1.5m sq. ft. facility leverages highly flexible bioproduction technologies, including stainless steel up to 12,500 L bioreactor capability, providing a pathway from development to large-scale production as your manufacturing needs evolve. The Lengnau team of scientists and technicians provide strategic guidance and flexible solution that are custom built on comprehensive capabilities and expertise.
Lengnau is part of our European network of biologics sites, which includes Groningen, The Netherlands and part of our Global network including Brisbane, Australia, Hangzhou, China, St Louis, Missouri, USA.
This 1.5 million sq. ft. facility leverages highly flexible bioproduction technologies, including single-use & stainless steel with up to 12’500 L bioreactor capability, providing a pathway from development to large-scale production as your manufacturing needs evolve.
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