Catalent completes $5.5 million expansion of clinical storage at Philadelphia facility

15 Apr 2018

Expansion meets the demand for additional capacity to serve large-scale clinical studies and provides the space for future growth.

Catalent Pharma Solutions has completed a $5.5 million expansion program at its 200,000+ sq ft Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, site to provide additional clinical packaging and storage capacity.

Catalent completes $5.5 million expansion of clinical storage at Philadelphia facility
Catalent's expanded Philiadelphia facility.

The facility, which is located near many customers and major transportation hubs, is also one of the largest sites in Catalent’s global clinical supply network. The investment has provided the site with a 40% increase in pallet space for both refrigerated and ambient clinical storage, additional cold chain packaging areas, and a new clinical label control area. The building also features a new campus-wide environmental monitoring and building management system.

“The expansion not only allows us to meet the demand for additional capacity to serve large-scale clinical studies today, but also provides the space necessary for future growth,” said Albert Quintero, General Manager, Clinical Supply Services. He added: “We look forward to welcoming new and existing customers at these new facilities.”

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