Our state-of-the-art Plainville facility is designed to provide comprehensive viral vector services, from process development to commercial manufacturing. With unparalleled capacity and capabilities, we are fully equipped to meet market demands.
Spanning 290,000 square feet, it excels in the manufacturing of viral vectors for both clinical and commercial applications. Under one roof, the facility provides process and analytical development, characterization, validation, clinical and commercial manufacturing, as well as fill-finish services. This consolidation eliminates the need for costly and time-consuming facility-to-facility transfers.
In our ongoing mission to meet our clients' ever-evolving needs, our facility has been strategically designed to facilitate growth and seamlessly accommodate future expansions (up to 400,000 square feet).
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