Orchid resumes API plant production in Chennai

Orchid resumes API plant production in Chennai

4:32 PM, 17th August 2011
Orchid resumes API plant production in Chennai
Orchid API production plant in Chennai.

 

CHENNAI, INDIA: Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd announced that its cephalosporin API manufacturing facility located in Alathur (Chennai) has been re-opened and production activity will commence immediately.

The Alathur API plant that had earlier received a closure notice from the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) has now been cleared and production activities will commence immediately, Orchid informed.

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