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Hitachi Chemical acquires PCT

July 3, 2017
Chemical Value Chain

Hitachi Chemical Co. America, Ltd. (San Jose, California), a subsidiary of Hitachi Chemical (Tokyo) has completed its purchase of the 80.1% remaining membership interest in PCT Cell Therapy Services (PCT, New Jersey) from Caladrius Biosciences.

Following the acquisition, PCT has become an independent business unit dedicated to cell therapy and regenerative medicine within the life sciences division of Hitachi Chemical.

Hitachi Chemical will leverage PCT’s extensive experience in cell therapy development and manufacturing technology, wide-ranging manufacturing locations, sales network and other resources to expand and strengthen services in the United States and add services in Japan, Europe, and other regions. In addition, PCT will be able to expand manufacturing capacity, capabilities, and service offerings.

“The acquisition of PCT marks an important milestone in the expansion of Hitachi Chemical’s regenerative medicine-related businesses,” says Hisashi Maruyama, CEO, Hitachi Chemical.

By Kartik Kohli

Source: Chemical Week

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