Stallergenes Greer production back to full capacity after years of limited activity

An IT breakdown in 2015 has been the thorn in the side of Stallergenes Greer, which has only now regained full production capacity as it re-launches its series of allergy vaccines in Spain and Italy.

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French allergy firm Stallergenes Greer is finally back on track with production at its facilities in Southern Paris, it reports in a press release.

Back in 2015, Stallergenes was ordered to stop all production and distribution based at its factory in Antony by the French National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM). Some products were recalled in France.

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