Wockhardt to up manufacturing capacity at Wrexham site

By Staff Reporter

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Wockhardt has said it will build a sterile manufacturing and drug testing facility at its site in Wrexham, Wales.

The Indian active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and drug firm will invest $12.4m in the site and create 50 jobs according to a report on the BBC news website​.

Wockhardt will install a version of Broughton Software’s LabHQ LIMS at the new lab. The software is designed to facilitate "data integrity for regulatory compliance, increasing operational efficiency and reducing costs."

Peter Sheppard, Quality Standards Manager at Wockhardt, explained: “When we were considering upgrading our LIMS, it was imperative that any new system would satisfy the growing regulatory demands of the pharmaceutical industry, as well as deliver further efficiency improvements and cost savings to our business operation​."

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