Boston Suburb future home of World's Largest Automated Living Cell Manufacturing Plant
Tucked in a Boston suburb, construction is under way for what will soon be the world’s largest automated living cell manufacturing plant.
Organogenesis is in the midst of a major, multi-year expansion of its global headquarters, R&D and manufacturing facilities in Canton, Mass.
…The Massachusetts Office of Business Development worked closely with Organogenesis to create a $12.9 million incentive package, including the Life Sciences Center grant, as well as tax credits for research-and-development expansion.
…As part of the agreement, Organogenesis committed to creating 280 new in-state jobs by 2013, and specifically to creating 17 new in-state jobs in 2011. In the first quarter of 2011, the company surpassed its target expectations for 2011 Massachusetts job creation by adding 19 in-state jobs, with an additional 35 open positions.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for the work were held today, work will be completed in 2013.
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