Fujifilm invests USD 1.5bn in Danish factory

Japanese firm Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies is investing DKK 11bn (USD 1.5bn) in its factor in Northern Zealand, Denmark. The expansion will provide 450 jobs.

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Japanese medicine producer Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies (FDB) has made another investment in its factory in Hillerød, Denmark. This time, it has spent DKK 11bn (USD 1.5bn), Danish financial daily Børsen reports.

FDB will use the investment to expand the factory, which it bought from US-based Biogen in 2019 for DKK 6bn (USD 841m), expecting to hire 450 new people in connection with the expansion.

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