AstraZeneca, R&D Gothenburg and Manufacturing Södertälje
Gothenburg, Sweden is one of our three strategic global R&D centres with connections to Karolinska Institutet and Medicon Valley. Södertälje is one of our principal small molecule manufacturing facilities.
Macclesfield, in the north-west of England, is our second largest global manufacturing site and our European centre for packing. In 2013 we announced plans to invest $190 million to construct a new facility to continue production of Zoladex.
AstraZeneca, MedImmune biologics science unit Cambridge
MedImmune, our biotech unit focusing on innovation and discovery research in biologics, has an estabished presence within Cambridge. In June 2013, we confirmed that our new UK-based global R&D centre and corporate headquarters will be located at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus with a planned investment of around $515 million and is expected to be completed by 2016.
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