Global alliance backs $93m insulin plant in Bahrain

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Global alliance backs $93m insulin plant in Bahrain
Global alliance backs $93m insulin plant in Bahrain

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Gulf Biotech has teamed up with Merck, Helm and Linde to build a $93m (€68m) insulin facility in Bahrain.

The 16,000m2 site in the Salman Industrial City is set to commence operations by mid-2015 with capacity of 42 million units, according to a report in the built in Bahrain publication Gulf Daily News​.

The project is being led by Gulf Biotech - whose shareholders include Saudi-owned Al Roaya Gulf Group Holdings - but is backed by an alliance involving the multinational firms Merck & Co., Helm and Linde.

Dr. Thomas Hagn, a spokesperson from the Germany-headquartered engineering firm Linde, confirmed its part in the project to in-Pharmatechnologist.com.

“Our subsidiary Linde Engineering Dresden (LED) has been awarded this contract,”​ he told us. However as the project is still in its early phases LED has “an initial contract only for basic engineering of the plant (formulation of compounds and filling).”

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