Sanofi builds €70m Algerian plant
This article was originally published in Scrip
Sanofi has begun constructing its largest site in Africa, a €70m manufacturing and distribution plant based in Algeria. The capacity of the new site, located in the new town of Sidi Abdellah, is equivalent to around 80% of the volume distributed by the French multinational in the country.
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