Avantor opens logistics hub

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

December 16, 2021 -- Avantor has opened a logistics hub in Westminster, MA, to strengthen the company's global biopharma supply chain. The new facility serves as a center for raw material storage, quality control, and distribution to support the growth of Avantor's single-use solutions.

The company has made significant investments in its single-use capabilities to address the growing global demand for single-use equipment and to ensure a reliable supply, Avantor said. These investments have included the acquisitions of Rim Bio and Masterflex. Avantor added that the new logistics hub is its sixth U.S. location supporting single-use solutions.

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